A couple of years ago we featured a photograph of the above inscription as an Image of the Week, which Karl discovered as he was working near one of the clerestorey windows. Recently we have been working near the same window, and have discovered another inscription! It is on the reverse side of the glass, suggesting that they as…
Yesterday we were invited to give a talk to Welshpool WI about our Christ Church restoration journey. It was wonderful to talk about the building to such a delightful audience and they particuarly seemed to enjoy seeing the photographs of the boys hard at work here and appreciating that it truely is a family driven project here.
Christ Church with the snow capped Cadair Idris in the distance – the view from Long Mountain. Image of the Week #123
Christ Church on a beautiful frosty November morning. Image of the Week #114
Whilst driving through Leighton earlier this week, I spotted this view of the church so pulled over to take this photograph. How idyllic (and rural) the church looks amongst the trees. Image of the Week #113
Standing in the churchyard looking over an autumnal Welshpool. Image of the Week #109
Fred had a special presentation from Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust to show their appreciation for completing his 2 Peak Challenge and raising a massive £278 for their ’30 days to save Dolforwyn’ appeal. They have a nice write up about it here. It has all been such a fantastic experience for him!
The churchyard looked lovely in the misty sunlight this morning, accompanied with sound of the bells of St Mary’s Church – very atmospheric. Image of the Week #104
Fred is gearing up for his personal challenge to hike up two of Wales’ major mountains in two days – quite an undertaking for a 9 year old! He is hoping to conquer Snowdon and Cnicht on the 3rd and 4th August. Through sponsorship, he is raising money for Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust’s ‘Dolforwyn Woods Appeal’. He’s really enjoying the process…