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Dominating one end of Hope Street, Liverpool is the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, which is the is the seat (Greek 'Cathedra') of the Archbishop of Liverpool, who is the spiritual leader of  Northern Province of the Catholic Church in England, comprising seven dioceses in all. Country churches are one of the glories of Britain. In an increasingly secular world, many of Britain's churches are tended with loving care and are still often a focus of village  life. In its gravestones and memorials the Church can tell much of the history of the village.
In many churchyards yew trees grow, a memory of the time when yew wood was used to make arrows and the enclosed churchyard was one of the few places where domestic animals could not get at, and eat the leaves, with  inevitably fatal results.
This church is in the Staffordshire village of Elford.
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