Botolphs & Coombes - 4th March 2016 - Album Index

Botolphs and Coombes are two barely populated hamlets in the heart of the South Downs, and both have tiny Saxon churches dating from the 12th century. Botolphs is notable for a Jacobean pulpit and an old, hand-pumped wooden organ. Coombes is next to a farm called Church Farm and has some important 12th century medieval wall paintings and an ancient stone font. Click on a thumbnail to display the picture full screen - click again on the full-screen image to enlarge any area to full size. You can read some notes on the photos here.