A return visit was made in the summer of 2014, a cloudy and drab afternoon, when the church was open to the public. A service was on, which was well attended. This was the first time that I was able to see inside and it was evident from talking to a few people how much work had been put in to the improvements and also the affection that people had for this church. Yes, it has been bruised and battered over the years but people still care for it and that bodes well for the future hopefully.
Photographs of the interior are a little darker than I had hoped. I don't think that there is electricity at the church and the dull afternoon outside made for it being very dark inside.
It was good to be here, good to see inside and good to know that our ancient parish churches are being cared for, both by those members of congregations throughout the country, as well as those who care for them as buildings of historical importance.