Church of England Diocese of Gloucester Driffield (including Harnhill)

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This tiny Norman church was built around 1250 and the carved tympanum of St Michael fighting a dragon above the doorway dates from that time.  Most of the stained glass is from the Decrorated period, but there are also fragments of mediaeval glass which was discovered when a new Rectory was being built in 1840.  The church has a small tower with stone slated sides (unusual in this part of the country) which may have been a bellcote - it was altered in the 18th century.  The tower boasts a notable weathervane.