A SIMPLE but stunning view from inside Weobley church is our picture of the day, taken by Camera Club member Catherine Turner-Joll.

Although the current building dates to the 13th century, evidence from the Domesday Book of 1086 points to there having been a church in the village since the 11th century, and likely long before that.

The building has undergone many alterations and repairs over the centuries, but it still has a rich stock of stone carvings and monuments, including a tomb thought to be that of Sir Hugh de Lucy, who built the earlier 12th century church in Weobley, and retains a great deal of irreplaceable medieval structure and features.

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