Another day out but this time back to the theme of “Churches & Churchyards”. This visit saw a trip to Wokingham and believe it or not there was a strange occurrence in the sky —- the sun was out! JUST.
Wokingham All Saints –
These details have been copied from the, ever helpful, internet and provide a little background on the Church in question.
“The Parish Church of All Saints, Wokingham is Grade II* Listed building and is situated at the junction of Wiltshire Road and London Road, close to the centre of Wokingham at OS grid ref SU814688.
A Church of All Saints was dedicated in approximately 1190 by Hubert, Bishop of Salisbury, although there may have been a building earlier that this date. The present building is late 14th century, with a tower and clerestory added in the 15th century, and the chancel and aisles largely restored in the style of the 14th century, in 1864. The roof was restored in 1985-6 and the external stonework to the tower was restored in 1880 and again in 2005-6, when it was rendered.”