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Overleigh Old Cemetery, Chester.

On a warm sunny summers day I took a walk with the dead of the city – the air was warm and the graves well packed in, some with hardly a space between them. It was strange walking around with all the head stones pointing away from me… tall and small, they spoke of the…

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Landewednack Cross – a moving tale

Originally posted on The Heritage Journal:
We like to think of our ancient monuments as silent, unchanging sentinels, but this isn’t always the case, sometimes they go walkabout! One of the delights of visiting Cornwall is the chance to catch up with friends who live in the area and on a recent trip Philip, a friend of…

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St Trillo’s Chapel

Down by the sea, tucked away alongside the road is the most beautiful little chapel; one I have known since childhood. St Trillo’s is a 6th century Chapel built over a pre-Christian spring, in fact the altar sits right over the well, which is still full of Holy water, dedicated to St Trillo and St Elidan.…

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