Friday, March 21, 2008

Simon Jenkins writes in today's Guardian:-

England's Sistine Chapel lies lost in the western reaches of Gloucestershire. It is smaller, to put it mildly, and older by 350 years. But what it lacks in grandeur it adds in serenity. I would exchange five minutes in the chancel of Kempley church for an hour in Rome. And I would have it to myself.

Here's the object of his interest.

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