On to Colyton, a small town a few miles north of the large resort town of Seaton. Antique doubledecker trams connect the towns.
Colyton's church is quite impressive. The flamboyant tower and windvane can be seen for miles.Inside Colyton's church is a chapel dedicated to an old local aristocratic family where you'll see several extravagant monuments.
Unsurprisingly, Northleigh is just a couple miles north of Southleigh.
The church here is atop a hill with views over the surrounding village and farms. Its white rendered tower makes for a distinctive landmark.
The Blackdown Hills of east Devon are famous for their many ancient churches and quaint towns. Many hundreds of miles of narrow lanes lined by tall hedges twist through the hills.
Along one of those lanes between Ottery St. Mary and Seaton you might come across Southleigh, where you'll find this old church. It overlooks a field where dairy cows graze during the day.
If you are in Exeter there are some really nice walks down by the river,if you dont feel like walking you can take a ferry ride and see some of the country side.
All these churches proved too much for our friend Leigh...
This is an empty coffin propped up outside the doors of Branscombe's church.