A host of golden daffodils in the churchyard of St Michael and All Angels at Smethcote, near Church Stretton, which I visited today. There has been a church on this site for at least 800 years, although much rebuilding was carried out in 1850. The roof was taken down and replaced in a hammer-beam style using the old timbers as well as new oak. Amazingly, there are no nails in any part of the roof, only wooden pegs. Also of note is the ancient font, which possibly dates back to Saxon times.
St Michael and All Angels is a beautiful little church with outstanding views over the south Shropshire countryside, and is well worth a visit.