Monthly Archives: January 2012

Warkworth – St Lawrence (outside)

I should have said that I was walking round Warkworth with Elaine. (Julie, my better half, doesn’t walk too well, so tends to find a convenient cafe, or at least a convenient seat, while I go off exploring). Elaine – … Continue reading

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Warkworth – St Lawrence (inside)

A beautiful January Saturday morning. One of those who comments on this blog had suggested I visit Felton (church and bakery) – the bakery/coffee shop was full with a queue! We continued on a convoluted route through Guyzance and past … Continue reading

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Netherwitton – St Giles

I needn’t apologise for the delay in blogging – it’s less than 2 minutes since I pressed “Publish” on the last one – and I can’t apologise for the white space in the last one as that is WordPress’ fault. … Continue reading

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Meldon – St John

Why does every blog need to start with an apology? There are not enough hours in the day. I spent Friday 6 January 2012 photographing trains on the London Overground, and returned home for our Epiphany Service (with a superb … Continue reading

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