Springtime violets in Lady Violet’s window. Image of the Week #183
The Wise Owl of Christ Church. In fact there are a pair of them in the churchyard these days so hopefully they are nesting!. We spotted them in the ash tree this week as we were taking out the rubbish. Photo credit: Fred Image of the Week #182
On April’s nature table : primroses : selfheal : wild garlic : violets : dandelion : hawthorn
‘ATC SMELLS’ Pew graffiti from the past, written by a disgruntled Air Cadet maybe?! Image of the Week #180
Earlier today I had the great pleasure of sharing the story of our family’s restoration journey here at Christ Church to a large audience of 85 members of Welshpool’s U3A. The feedback was wonderful with many comments of admiration and gratitude for our efforts to restore one of Welshpool’s landmark buildings. Many thanks to Welshpool U3A for having me!
A chalk inscription under the old gallery pew seats. From the sawmill perhaps – customer name and cost? Any guesses welcomed! (We’re thinking R G ??? Mont? (Montgomeryshire?) £ s d ) Image of the Week #179
:: thinning the boundary hedge : painting in the Apse : an indoor Easter egg hunt :: :: a higher than normal perspective of the nave : seasonal decorations : allotment tidying :: :: leaving Easter treats at the fairy door in the woods : installing skirting boards : painting walls ::
Daffodils, primroses, hawthorn and elder leaf buds on the March nature table.
‘Ascension’ One of the stained glass windows in the Apse. The marks of the crucifixion on the hands and feet caught my eye. Image of the Week #178
A Victorian glass filter on this view of the churchyard from one of the Apse windows. Cherishing these views as I hope not to be standing up here again for quite some time! Image of the Week #177