Sometimes the churches we 'stumble' upon just by choosing a new route are the ones that prove the most surprising...like the church of
The current vaulted nave and side aisles are the work of a rebuild in the second half of the 19th century,making the church look rather grand for such a small village. Apparently the villagers still say behind the 'churches' (plural) as there actually used to be two identical 12th and 13th century churches separated by an 8 metre gap -why? I don't know - but one was the parish church (dedicated to St.Médard) and the other 'for devotion' to the Virgin Mary - this was sadly ordered to be demolished in the 18th century due to its poor condition.
There is a wonderfully ornate baptismal font and pulpit set into one of the pillars.
Here she is placed on the altar of another lady as if as an afterthought!
At the base of her statue is the word 'reconnaissance' - is this perhaps referring to her late acknowledgement as a saint?
If you choose to take this route you should take a look.