Monthly Archives: December 2015

Shilbottle, Northumberland – St James

  I have driven up and down the A1 many times, but have never turned off into Shilbottle village. This was a mining village between 1728 and 1981, which is very hard to believe in this day and age – … Continue reading

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North Sunderland, Northumberland – St Paul (again)

At the end of November I had a trip to North Sunderland for a DAC  visit as they want to do some work on the west end of the church. When I visited in September I got quite a few … Continue reading

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Bradford, West Yorkshire – Cathedral

Bradford is the one Cathedral I have never been to – to be precise, the one English Anglican cathedral I have never been to. We had a free Thursday (19 November), so drove south. We went via the A1, M1, M62, … Continue reading

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