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Pictured at the top of the page, the beautiful round tower church at Burnham Norton, Norfolk. Below that on the right, the church of St Kyneburgha, Castor, near Peterborough.
Below that, from left to right, medieval stained glass at Burnham Deepdale, the severed head of John The Baptist served on a platter at the church of St John The Baptist, Morton, Lincolnshire and the earliest carved representation of a bell ringer at Stoke Dry, Rutland.
Immediately above left, gravestone symbolism at Burwell, Cambridgeshire. Above right, close up detail from a seven sacrement font at Cley Next The Sea, Norfolk Below left, tea break from keeping the grass down at Castor near to Peterborough. Below centre, ancient and surprised looking gargoyle at Finedon, Northants. Below right, gorgeous stained glass at Warham, Norfolk.
All photographs on this site are my own work unless stated.

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