I had been to Minsterley church before, but was not happy with the photographs I had come away with.
This summer I tried again, but I am not sure I did any better. The light was good, but there was something religious going on, most likely a funeral, which cramped my style.
What I had not appreciated before was that there are other interesting buildings at this end of the village.
I found an old maltings that is now used as a veterinary surgery, a toll house and the half-timbered Minsterley Hall. There are also some barns waiting to be cleared away so housing can be built.
The nearby Methodist church will have to wait until another visit.