For many years we've heard about the harvest decorations at the church at Siddington in Cheshire but this weekend was the first time we managed to get along to see them. The church is 15th century and timber framed, but was clad in brick in the early 19th century as the walls began to bulge under the heavy stone roof. Later, painted lines suggested the hidden timbers.
The church harvest decorations had deservedly drawn the crowds who were given a warm welcome.
But stepping inside was truly breathtaking.
The church was illuminated by corn dollies everywhere, over one thousand of them.