£50 a night inside the church, and free for the permanent campers outside.
I love old English country churches, personally I'd like to see a significantly greater portion of National Trust funds given to their maintenance and upkeep. Instead of financially and literally propping up some old piles with no architectural distinction other than being massive, or association with some obscure aristocrat. Usually with resident heirs living gratis in the west wing, often obstructing public admittance by not honouring agreed opening hours. Rant over
Stateside we often saw the odd RV parked up for the night in church parking lots.
I asked a couple of owners about the facility and both said "we do a bit of praying and God says it's OK".
Cemeteries are OK here in France as there is usually a water tap.
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