It was wet but we just had to visit Loddon – site of an early St. Felix foundation.
The first view of the tower as we wound our way up the narrow River Chet was over reeds and across marshes.
There are pleasant moorings in this bustling town with plenty of shops, pubs and cafes.
The Church is well worth a visit too! No signs of Felix’s church survive but the present church has an interesting Rood Screen and a Seven Sacrament Font. It is only a couple of miles back down the Wherryman’s Way to Heckingham Church another gem!
From Loddon to Langley there was more weather than we had bargained for so we were glad to moor in the dyke