The Church of Ampney St Mary was bathed in the light of the snow moon this weekend.

These beautiful pictures of February's full moon over the Ivy Church were taken on Saturday morning by Alan Williams.

When the black death struck the village of St Mary's in 1350, all the residents evacuated, with most resettling on higher ground over a mile away from the church.

It fell into a state of disrepair and when the building was re-discovered in 1913 it was completely covered in Ivy, so became known as the 'Ivy Church'.