Monthly Archives: November 2010

A Cathedral interlude

This was only ever going to be a church-exploring blog – though my daughter has accused me of making it a trainspotting blog. I am aware that busy-ness, grotty grey weather, and now snow, has meant I have not been … Continue reading

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Heavenfield – St Oswald

“Oswald set up the sign of the holy cross and, kneeling down, prayed God to send his heavenly aid to those who trusted in him in their dire need. This place is pointed out to this day and held in … Continue reading

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Heddon-on-the-Wall – St Andrew

I had been to Heddon (NZ135669) before, on a trip with our Coffee Club, and this time visited with dad. The Wardens were sitting in the meeting room they’ve inserted at the west end, and gave us a guided tour … Continue reading

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Bolam – St Andrew

My darling daughter deserved Sunday lunch at The Waggon –¬†www.waggoninn.co.uk – very nice too. Then to Bolam – turn right by the Lake and St Andrew’s is in the middle of nowhere (NZ093826). The church website is simply plugging it … Continue reading

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