St Margaret's Churchyard

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Explore the final resting places of the

famous and not so famous people who have lived in the

village during the last 500 years.

Among the famous are the artist Edward

Burne-Jones, the author Enid Bagnold (who wrote National Velvet), and members of the Copper family, the famous folk-singers.
There are also show-biz celebrities from Music Hall

and the thirties, and more recently Gary Moore of Thin Lizzy. Add a smattering of famous soldiers, a smuggling vicar and

a ‘pirates’ grave and there is plenty to discover in this beautiful and peaceful churchyard.

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