As well as the 99 yew trees in the churchyard, St. Mary's is well known for its annual "Clypping ceremony" in September. The ceremony involves locals joining hands round the church to form an unbroken chain andthen singing the Clypping Hymn as part of an open-air service. It dates back to 1321.
I hope you like this different view of the church and the yew rees.
Thank you for stopping and having a look at the previous up-loads this week.
Have a nice day,