The setting in and around Goring Lock is delightful
The Swan at Streatley is getting a big makeover
with substantial piling going in along the riverbank
It is thought that there was a church here in Saxon times as relics of Roman origin have been found in the churchyard.
St Mary's was build in 13 century and the chancel dates from 1220.
In 1864 the church was practically rebuilt as the south aisle was in a state of collapse, the roof was preserved complete and raised to its present height.
Note that each row of pews has its own door.
View of Goring Lock from the reach above
Looking towards Cleeve Lock where we walked to check out moorings for tomorrow.