Monthly Archives: October 2010

Longhoughton – St Peter and St Paul

My clever daughter directs the Bailiffgate Singers at Alnwick – www.bailiffgatesingers.org – and we had a concert to sing in at SS Peter and Paul, Longhoughton (NU243151) on Saturday 23 October. A drive up the A1 with my learner-driver-daughter and we … Continue reading

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Hebron – St Cuthbert

A shopping trip to Morpeth, and we headed north out of the town simply because that was the way the car was pointing. We turned left for Hebron although I didn’t know if there was an Anglican church there – … Continue reading

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Wylam, Northumberland – St Oswin

A rather greyer Saturday (9 October 2010), but as everyone else is off shopping I decided to go for an explore. Wylam seemed a good idea. In the past I have been to Tom and Joe’s Garden Centre, the Village … Continue reading

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Stannington, Northumberland – St Mary the Virgin

An interesting drive to Stannington on Saturday 1 October 2010. We went the pretty way (so pretty I had to get the map out less than five miles from home). I’ve been to the Ridley Arms, and to see Colin the … Continue reading

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Whitley Chapel, Northumberland – St Helen

I was a Suffolk Vicar, enjoyed the website Simon’s Suffolk Churches – and my old boss, Neil Collings (the Dean of St Edmundsbury), managed to visit all the churches in Suffolk before his untimely death earlier this year – may he rest … Continue reading

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