St. Michael and All Angels’ Church is in the Gloucestershire village of Eastington, near to Stonehouse and Stroud. The church building is A Grade II* Listed Building and is of the Church of England Denomination.
St. Michael and All Angels’ Church
The village apparently according to www.-british-history.co.uk had a church back in 1092, although there are no records of it before 1291. In 1340 they dedicated it to St. Mary, then becomes St. Michaels in the 18th-century. The building has developed over the years, including rebuilding the nave, adding the north porch and a full list of enhancements and details about the architecture is at www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk.
St. Michael and All Angels’ Church, Eastington. As part of my walk along the River Frome, I passed Eastington Church and took these photographs. The photographs would have been much nicer on a sunny day without all the rain, but hey walkers cannot be choosers. River Frome Walk.
Eastington Village & Pubs
The village of Eastington is between Whitminster and Stonehouse and is very close to Frocester. This is a rural village on the river Frome and is a delightful place to go for a walk.
The village has a local pub called The Old Badger Inn; they describe it as a proper village pub and is the hub of the community. The Old Badger Inn is a free house and serves a great selection of drinks. They serve some very nice food, most of which they source locally and are home-cooked.
Also in the village is Eastington Farm Shop, that supplies many products from local farms. This place is foodie heaven for those that like to know the providence of their food and being fresh and tasty. The delights on offer include fresh local fruit and vegetable, a selection of chutneys, mustards and other condiments. A variety of meats are also available to purchase, including some fine beef brisket.