From the church so small its congregation sits outside to the chapel balanced half way down a cliff: Britain's tiniest  - and loveliest - places of worship 

From the church so small its congregation sits outside to the chapel balanced half way down a cliff: Britain's tiniest  - and loveliest - places of worship 
 

From the church in Wiltshire so small the congregation sits outside to the chapel balanced halfway down a remote Pembrokeshire cliff - some of Britain's places of worship are so tiny fewer than 50 people can fit comfortably inside.
A new book, Tiny Churches, by intrepid traveller Dixe Wills, explores the fascinating and varied histories of 60 of the country's most diminutive  - and loveliest - churches.
Some started out life in an entirely different capacity and others have been graced by well-known historical figures, such as the church that was once a turkey house and the churches visited... read more

 
3 October 2016 in Travel, Views: 39
Source: Daily Mail
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