Archive for the tag 'St Botolph’s Church'

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6 Comments CherryPie on Oct 10th 2023

Trunch Parish Church is the Grade I listed[4] 14th-century church of St Botolph.[5] The church is famous for its carved and painted wood font canopy featuring lower panels with paintings of the twelve Apostles, a cornice including a Latin inscription, and above six arches filled with tracery.[6] Only four such canopies still exist in England.[citation needed] St [...]

2 Comments CherryPie on Oct 7th 2023

Because the main dining area was being set up for a wedding later in the day, our final breakfast in the Old Vicarage took place in a more cosy dining area.
We loaded the car then headed off for King’s Lynn where we were going to stay for the remainder of our holiday. We had programmed [...]

8 Comments CherryPie on Sep 2nd 2022