Printed on high quality FSC-approved board. 170 x 128mm in size.
The church is dedicated to St Giles, who was also known as St Giles the hermit and a patron of the physically disabled plus childhood fears .
This church has been present at least since the 12th century, although greatly restored in 1870-1. The fast moving nightmare road, the A29 zooms through the village of Coldwaltham completely unforgiving of pedestrian or motorist alike. This is unfair on this beautiful church with its rather ill-treated magnificent yew at the west end. They do proudly announce that the tree is one of the 12 oldest in the country, but have a heavy metal unit next to the massive trunk. The church has been heavily restored and yet retains its charm.
For now this card comes cellophane wrapped, but this will alter as stocks change. They are blank to allow you to say whatever you would like to say. The accompanying envelope is white