Antiquated yew trees on each side of the North yard of the multi year old St. Edward’s congregation, Stow-on-the-Wold, England. The north entryway at St Edward’s Church, Stow-on-the-Wold, flanked by ancient yew trees.
The shallow north patio from the seventeenth century veils a thirteenth century forming on the north entryway, which is encircled by yew trees. The north walkway highlights three late tracery windows and one little thirteenth century lancet, and the south passageway highlights fourteenth century tracery. The chancel incorporates tall fourteenth century windows which have been reestablished, and a streaming east window planned by Pearson