|St Mary's Church - Sixpenny Handley - Dorset|
A view of the embattled square tower of St Mary's Church at Sixpenny Handley in Dorset.
The belfry contains three bells.
The church is of mainly Gothic architecture and has a sturdy porch built of stone with a brick interior.
Inside the main area of the church you will see a splendid wooden beamed roof and a font from the early 12th century with straight supports on each corner.
The name Sixpenny Handley comes from SEXPENCE (Hill of the Saxons) and HEAN-LEAH (High wood clearing).