Sunday, 19 February 2012

Castle Hedingham, Essex: a photographic tribute

Over the years I have enjoyed journeys to Castle Hedingham village, particularly visiting the Church of St Nicholas.  I love the misericords, stained glass windows, the Good Shepherd mural and the tapestry showing local buildings.  In 2010 I wrote about a visit in August and posted some photographs.  I have now decided to post some more photographs; they bring me pleasure and joy as I remember a very happy day.

The Church of St Nicholas, Castle Hedingham

Looking towards Church Ponds from Falcon Square

Workmen were converting the Castle Hedingham Youth Hostel into a  private residence.

The former Castle Hedingham Youth Hostel.  The tower and flag of Castle Hedingham can be seen in the distance.

The stained glass window in the church, Castle Hedingham, showing Dorcas, St Nicholas and St Luke.

I love these misericords at Castle Hedingham.  Please see my blog of 10/8/10 for more photographs.

The Old Moot House Restaurant, Castle Hedingham

The Bell Inn, Castle Hedingham

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