First stop - St Mary's church Fawley, which is about 800 years old.
John Piper is buried in the churchyard and used to live in Fawley.
|This is the Piper window depicting the tree of life in memory of Anthony Hartley|
Onto Turville next, which is the filming location for the Vicar of Dibley and also has a windmill used in the film Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. The church of St Mary was started in 1228. Piper's window commemorates St. Saviour's church in Turville Heath which closed in 1972.
Pishill was next on the agenda. The dedication of the church is unknown but it is an unusual t-shape. It is very close to Stonor Park.
|This is the Piper window, the sword is a deep red colour but my photo makes it look gold as the sun was streaming in.|
The last church we popped into was St Bartholomew's in Nettlebed, built around 1846. Nettlebed has featured in some episodes of Midsomer Murders.
|This relates to the window above, both windows by Piper. Peter Fleming was the brother of Ian Fleming who wrote the James Bond books.|
Back tomorrow with a few more pictures. See you then!