A family trip out to visit the tiny 13 Century church perched on Brentor. Sort of Devon’s answer to Glastonbury Tor, this is visible for miles around, but the church is still complete, and views are not of levels, but open moors and Plymouth sound – and impressive views they are too.
It’s only a short (steep) climb to the church, so we also popped along to nearby Wheal Betsy, the remains of the engine house to a mine.
Looking up the leaning tower is a guaranteed way to vertigo! It is well worth the climb down to the ruins, and a perfect picnic spot