Monthly Archives: June 2015

Carlisle Cathedral (again)

Let’s have a 1925 railway poster to celebrate this return to Carlisle. I last blogged about Carlisle Cathedral in January – it wasn’t much warmer in June! They are now working on the stone work by the south door, but signage … Continue reading

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York, Goodramgate – Holy Trinity

Holy Trinity is a church in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust – there is a lot about the church at their website. The first existing record of the church is a charter of 1082, though it is thought this … Continue reading

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Lanercost Priory, Cumbria – St Mary Magdalene

St Mary Magdalene, Lanercost Priory, Cumbria, was a place I first visited while walking Hadrian’s Wall in 1982. We have called in occasionally since then, but Friday 22 May 2015 was the first time we stopped at the Lanercost Tea … Continue reading

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Corbridge – St Andrew

St Andrew’s church at Corbridge is in the middle of the village – NY987644. I like the church, have worshipped there, regularly lunch with David the Vicar, and they have an excellent website http:// www.corbridgechurch.org.uk/. You may enjoy their Chamber Music … Continue reading

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