AboutPoignant monuments to lost children.
The low tower and pretty porch of this tiny church are seen through trees from the road.
Of 12th-century origin, an 1859 restoration by the owner of the local Fonthill estate saved it from complete decay. The font and a sculptured relief of the Lamb of God over the south doorway are Norman survivals.
A handsome 1647 monument depicts George Howe and his wife caressing a skull, and another poignant monument is to the six children of George Howe, the oldest of whom was three years of age.
|Open Daily (1 Jan 2020 - 31 Dec 2020)|
* 10am - 4pm
Map & Directions
13 miles west of Salisbury and 1 mile east of Hindon on B3089.
Public Transport Directions
Nearest railway station: Tisbury (2.8 miles)