Monthly Archives: October 2014

Blyth – St Cuthbert

I think it has to be admitted that Blyth is not a Northumberland town that many tourists will ever go to, and I have never been into the town except on a railtour down to the docks. Today St Cuthbert’s … Continue reading

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Bedlington – St Cuthbert

              I parked by St Cuthbert’s Bedlington, NZ260817, wandered in, admired the plaque and the entrance pillars, and was greeted by a big hug from Elizabeth, one of the clergy. The church is on … Continue reading

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Killingworth – St John

St John’s church Killingworth is not easy to find. The main road through the village is the B1505, and Dial Cottage, Stephenson’s House is here. I visited this for HOD 2010 – it is in the old centre of the … Continue reading

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Newbiggin Hall – St Wilfrid

On 9 September 2014 I went and did the service at St Wilfrid’s Newbiggin Hall – 6 years here and it was the first time I had ever been in. Sarah, their Vicar, has damaged her foot so I was … Continue reading

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Durham Cathedral – photography evening 5 (everything else)

It had been a marvellous evening, but I was beginning to flag. I also had no tripod and it was getting a bit dark. I enjoyed some of the misericords in the Quire, and the pulpit fall designed by Leonard … Continue reading

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