Necessity breeds invention. Andrew was very creative in making curtains for our door last evening.
Come in to St. Adeline's Church ~ these old churches tend to all be open to travellers for rest and reflection. This church was built in 1859 from the stones and plans of William Tyndale's original church located nearby where he heard the call to translate the Bible in 1520.
Andrew trying out the pulpit!
This is a millennium folly built to provide nesting sites for barn owls and swallows. Pretty fancy, huh?
Flower of the day ~ meadow cranesbill, a wild geranium.
Coming down the hill from a Norman church built between 1200 and 1225 AD. As we entered the grounds of the church there was a box with leaflets, encouraging walkers to take one. Inside there was a blessing for walkers and these words "God has given us a beautiful world. As you walk be aware of His presence surrounding you, listen to Him speaking to you..."
This is a primary school - how fun would it be to attend here? Lovely to see these old buildings being restored and used.
A new stone drywall being built in sections. Quite a feat and I assume quite time consuming. This was a long wall!!