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St Enodocʼs is an extraordinary little church in many ways:
Despite being in the middle of a golf course, some distance from the nearest
village, it is well cared for with regular services.
This was not always the case. It was once buried so deep in the sand dunes
that the the vicar and parishioners had to climb down into the sanctuary
through a hole in the roof to hold an annual service.
Sir John Betjeman once wrote a poem about it and is buried in the churchyard.
The church tower is on the north side of the church, and as for the spire...