The Church of St. Giles, Stanton St. Quintin, Wiltshire, England
The parish church of St. Giles at Stanton St. Quintin lies on the main road through the village. It's east wall is particularly grand and is much more impressive than our photographs show.
There are various stone heads found around the outside of the building and there is a curious pagan fertility symbol - a Sheela-na-gig - which is on the north tower and difficult to spot unless you know where to look.
The church of St. Giles is a Grade II* listed building - more information about the listing can be found at the Historic England website.