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A fabulous web site thank you for gathering together so much information, I have used some of it in my lectures to the U3a on English architecture, I hope you don't mind.

Admin reply: Thank you David - and you are welcome. Diana and I are members of Stamford Welland U3A - Diana in fact is chairperson. I do talks on church architecture myself with proceeds to the Churches Conservation Trust. regards Lionel


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Excellent website - I like some of the incisive comments!ABC

Admin reply: Thank you. regards Lionel


Added: February 13, 2018
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hi guys i am new here and need to know what i can post here?
i have been searching blogs on different things and went through blog.advids.co. They have all subject related blogs and articles just have a look.


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A wondrous website full of useful information. A boon to any church crawler.

Admin reply: Thank you, Paul. regards Lionel


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I am from the United States and was looking for good pictures of great English architecture! Thanks for having this site up!

Admin reply: Thank you for your kind remarks. Lionel


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As soon as the weather improves, I will visit Bloxham, so thank you!
Re the st Christopher Fresco, the kneeling figure is probably a donor, this is a typical position and depiction.

Admin reply: Bloxham is stunning. If you haven't visited Adderbury, though, you simply must see them both. And Hanwell too. regards Lionel


Added: February 1, 2018
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Wonderful photos and description of St. Denys Church in Little Barford. I lived in the village, right next to the church for five years (1988-1993) in Dower House.
The village was quite nice at that time, before the traffic and power plant. I have spent many hours in that church as well as providing upkeep to the property in my spare time, it was totally ignored and rarely visited. They did have services once a year at Easter which was quite nice.

Admin reply: It's a small world, isn't it? I lived in St Neots for 25 years and never visited it. Mind you, I was working then! regards Lionel


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Stumbled upon your wonderful website today, a great blend of illuminating, serious observations and comments. The enthusiasm for your subject is palpable and I'm sure is a real stimulant for readers to visit the churches and to hopefully make a contribution to their upkeep and conservation. I really appreciate your dedication and hard work in developing this important and pleasurable resource. Must get over to St John and St Mary at Devizes again. I agree, stunning tower.

Admin reply: Thank you so much. Raeder feedback is what makes this all worthwhile. Lionel


Added: January 21, 2018
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Thank you Lionel and Diana for sharing your enthusiasm and love of our historic churches. I have been learning Old English, which has stoked an interest in all things Anglo Saxon - finding your resource is perfect for helping me to seek out wonderful artefacts of this era.
I'm very grateful and appreciative of your generosity. With best wishes.

Admin reply: Thanks for this. So glad we can be of help. Lionel


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