I am browsing my old photos for cemeteries and found this one in "Bourton-on-the-Water" in Great Britain which I visited in 2010. I only remember it was an old village in the Cotswolds where the houses were built with special "Cotswold stone".
We wandered around a bit and found this "St. Lawrence's Parish Church" with a cemetery. The history of the stone church goes back to 1110 and has changed many times in the following years.
The graves look pretty old to me too, but I am afraid I can't tell you more about it.
This is my tribute to Tapholphile Tragics