I’ve actively started to talk to people about my blog, I’ve told friends, family, colleagues and even some customers of mine about it. And almost everyone has given me to recommendations of churches to visit. Mostly in the area, and living in Norfolk/Suffolk, there is so many scattered around in such a small area. A… Continue reading St Mary’s Church, Gillingham (Norfolk)
This delightful church, is on full view if travelling on the A1066 Diss – Thetford road and is one of many dotted down this road. I spotted it last weekend when travelling to Center Parcs, and on the way back me and my best friend, Mantha, stopped off to take a quick look, and was… Continue reading St John the Baptist Church, Garboldisham
How I spent my bank holiday Monday afternoon? Me and my best friend went to a church in the local area to take some pictures for a future post, and while we were out I decided to go to a couple more just up the road from the one we were at. When we got… Continue reading St Mary’s, Haddiscoe interior (side post)
Honestly, I could say I had a post prepared for this week, and truthfully I didn’t. I’ve just come back from a weekend away with my friends at Center Parcs, and had a wonderful time! On our way there, we went past quite a few outstanding churches on the A1066 road, and as I didn’t… Continue reading All Saint’s Church, Worlingham
If you’ve ever travelled along the Beccles to Yarmouth road, you’ve must of seen the one of a kind, checker board round tower, standing on top of a hill, over looking the village of Haddiscoe. If you turn left, towards Reedham and then you take another left, up a little dirt country road, you’re there.… Continue reading St Mary’s Church, Haddiscoe
This post is going to be a bit different this week. With me being a perfectionist, I need to redo the photos for the next church I chose and now being back at work, it’ll have to be put on hold until after the weekend. But didn’t want to miss a week! On Tuesday, I… Continue reading Ruins of All Saints Church
I decided for my first post, I would start with a piece of home. Beccles, is known for it’s free standing bell tower to be separate from the main church building. It may not be tucked away, as it’s pretty much centred within the town, and many pass it throughout the day, it is one… Continue reading St Michael’s Church / Beccles Bell Tower.