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Just one minor correction, Lionel. Ryhall Church's dedication is St John the Evangelist, not St John the Baptist.

Admin reply: Sorry, Paddy. I do tend to mix up my Johns! I'll correct it. Thanks for pointing it out.


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An amazing website. Particular thanks for the detailed description of Ryhall and Essendine churches. I'll certainly recommend these to our parishioners. Would you like to complete the set of our Benefice by having a look at Carlby St Stephen?

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Admin reply: Tim. Thanks for a lovely talk last night. It was right up our street, and I was jealous of the photography! We will be visiting some of the churches in the leaflets. I will also be adding a link from my website to yours. If you like mine it would be great if you could link to it - but I understand if you can't. regards Lionel


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Admin reply: That's so nice of you, Janet. Thank you very much. I hope you enjoyed the site yourself? regards Lionel


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I'm not sure whether my present of Simon Jenkins's book counts as a good present or not!

I found the site wonderful and the pictures excellent. It has also given me some ideas for stop-offs when we are 'about'. I've seen Breedon on the Hill church from the outside without ever going in precisely because I was put off by the faux battlements....you live and learn.

If you get the chance, you might explore an HDR (High Dynamic Range) software packge or addon for Elements. HDR allows you to combine several images taken to pick up the details at the extremes of light conditions, such as those in a half lit church when shooting the knave.

Admin reply: Well, Christian, I thought you would never sign in! And it's "nave", not "knave"...tut tut. I've been called a knave but never a nave! I forgot it was you that bought Jenkins for me. One of my best prezzies ever - if you knew how much I use it...!


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I'm glad to see Brixworth church makes it into your personal recommendations.

Admin reply: Timothy - How nice of you to visit the site. Yes, Brixworth is very special. It deserves to be better-known but perhaps it isn't easy for a casual visitor to appreciate its uniqueness. regards Lionel


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Admin reply: I would - although I wouldn't post anything I hadn't seen myself. It is partly a journal of my own visits. regards Lionel


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Nice site, thanks

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Great site - really fantastic pictures and interesting narrative . Look forward to the site growing and wonder if there are any other gems in Essex .
Well done for bringing this to a wider audience. Best wishes P :!cool:


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