I don’t know about you, but when I think about Methodism, the first thing that springs to mind is a horse skeleton.
One postcard lead to a story of a murdered covenanter who ended his days in a field in Dumfriesshire
Lancaster Priory and the Parish Church of Lancaster are located right next to a medieval castle, on top of a hill overlooking the city.
Avebury is a tiny village near Marlborough in Wiltshire and is surrounded by Europe’s largest Neolithic stone circle.
A hand-tinted print of a chapel on fire, surrounded by shocked onlookers, is not a common choice for framed prints, but still, one such copy found its way to me.
The rood screen at Smallburgh is arguably the main focal point of the church today.
The 400 year old arm, impaled on a meat hook, serves as a warning to all future criminals considering robbing the church.
In 1762, the haunting of Cock Lane gripped a nation and sent the capital wild with fear and excitement
Nestled in the country lanes by Wragby, Lincolnshire, flanked by yew trees and heavy swags of long-abandoned cobwebs, sits the tiny church of All Saints at Snelland.
While flora and fauna in cemeteries is a fascinating topic of its own, today’s post will just be focusing on one. The granddaddy of all cemetery trees, the yew.