This timeless view of the thatched cottages in front of the Church is altered over time only by the steady change in the style of motor car!
This unusual view is taken from the south of the village.
A different angle, this time from the old village.
The church is thought to have been built in the reign of Edward the Confessor. It was given to the Abbey of Lyra in Normandy by William Fitz-Osborne shortly after the Norman Conquest. It was largely re-built in the fourteenth century in the Transition Decorated and Perpendicular style.
All Saints, Godshill, 'the Church of the Lily Cross'. There is a website for this church; see the 'links' page
A final artistic view!