Edmondsham is a delightful village and the church, which is reached through an opening in a long beech hedge and a lengthy drive, does not disappoint. There is a C12 arcade of two bays, a chancel arch and flint and greensand tower of C14. One suspects the Victorians were busy, but the references are coy on the subject.
This very nice estate church is associated with the nearby Elizabethan Edmondsham House.
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