St. Leonards is set in a peaceful position to one side of Blunsdon in Broad Blunsdon. Due to the church being surrounded by tall trees, the photographs needed to be taken when there are no leaves on the trees or the church would be obscured. One of our visits was after snowfall and it looked even more picturesque than usual.
Technically Broad Blunsdon and Blunsdon are separate places adjoining each other but we do not know where one ends and the next begins. We do know that St. Leonards is in Broad Blunsdon. We have a few photographs of the village, which we think should be in Broad Blunsdon, only to find their information board describes it as Blunsdon. Oh well. So, please don't take our word for which building is in which part of Blunsdon! For ease, we have put everything except St. Leonards church onto the Blunsdon Village pages.
We have photographed most of the gravestones in the churchyard and in the nearby cemetery, although some inscriptions are too eroded to be read or obscured by plants. You may need to download the full size photograph and zoom in to make out some of the words.