Gunwalloe – Church of St. Winwalloe

         

         

It might interest you to know that in 1901, up on Podhu Head behind where the building now stands, Marconi transmitted the first transatlantic radio signals; you can still find evidence if you take a wander along the cliff tops.

Update 2018:

Bats in the belfry, probably, badgers in the churchyard, certainly.

Sorry, crap photo.  It happens.

  

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