I'm writing as an active member of this church, offering a little more detail. St MM is small and quirky, giving an intimate personal feeling to weddings. It's rather dark inside, so shows up white dresses beautifully. Marvellous carved pew ends (Tudor, not Jacobean) -- families can look out for the unicorn, the fox and geese etc. The loo and kitchenette are tiny but new and well designed. The church stands on a grassy mound right next to a narrow lane; parking therefore is limited, and the path is a bit steep; but the small churchyard always feels fresh and green, shaded by some huge trees. Children can if they like sit comfortably in the little enclosed baptistry at the back of church, reading or drawing pictures (books, paper and colours provided), or play in the churchyard if supervised -- part of it slopes to a deep stream. Look on the church's Facebook page for photos of the lovely flower decorations from previous weddings.