Walled In “Superstitious images”, a phrase that plays well with men in control. A need to stamp out the old ways overrides all tenderness, all pity. Masons who know stone’s mystery, carving with patience and grace compelled to deface what they love. Relics of scorned belief are cut, wrenched away to fall, fracture… Continue reading Inspired – a gift from a visitor
We have a brilliant few days at the church welcoming visitors for the Heritage Open Days. Just one day left now – join us for medieval music from the Swan Singers, cream teas, a Tudor organ, Hidden Histories tours and lots to do for all the family! For more information about all of the… Continue reading One Heritage Open Day left!
With the cataloguing work in its final stages, we are looking forward to being able to share more of the stories which have emerged from this summer’s investigation with visitors to the church. To celebrate, we’ll be participating in the national Heritage Open Days for the 4th year running – this time with much more to… Continue reading Heritage Open Days 8th-11th September – a multisensory celebration!