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St Nicholas Church, Dersingham, Norfolk

The beautiful exterior of Dersingham Church, St Nicholas.  This is such a photogenic church, you end up taking loads of photos and then can’t choose which one to post……but in the end, this is my choice.

From our visit in 2013.


Church Of St Nicholas, Bringhurst, Leicestershire

This is a view of the chancel in a beautiful church of St Nicholas, Bringhurst in Leicestershire, with its wonderful Norman arches and hopefully tomorrows post will be about those arches, plus the rest of the church.   17 more words


The Engine Drivers Mate, Wansford Station

 Wansford Station is the main headquarters of the Nene Valley Railway in Cambridgeshire.  If you like steam engines, this is well worth a visit, even if you just visit the station, plenty to see and do.   23 more words


St Mary Magdalene Church, Gedney, Lincolnshire

The Cathedral of the Fens, St Mary Magdalene Church, Gedney, Lincolnshire.  Beautiful in the distance, dominating the flat Lincolnshire Fens.

Passing by July 2014.


Lyveden New Bield, Northamptonshire

We decided on Bank Holiday Monday to visit Northamptonshire, a very special place, Lyveden New Bield, an Elizabethan House.  It was pouring in rain, but when has that ever stopped the intrepid explorers, arm with umbrellas…….no we forgot ours and had to borrow some from the National Trust.   76 more words


Houghton Mill, Houghton, Cambridgeshire

On our sight seeing trip with our visitors last weekend, we visited Houghton Mill.  We have stayed here before with our motor home as there is a caravan park next door, with many lovely walks around the area.   65 more words


The Free Church, St Ives, Cambridgeshire

This is the last of the photos of St Ives and this was the nearest I got to a church last Sunday, as we were showing visitors around the area.   68 more words