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InSpired Sunday!

Some more churches from Dorset England, taken in May this year.EnjoyDorset May 14 036

This one is Wimborne Minster.

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A Church with  a strong link to Lady Margaret Beaufort, mother of Henry7th and the first Queen Mother!! More information on this church can be found here

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I loved this but aren’t certain what it is…any ideas

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Now I would love to say where this one was, but somewhere very near Bournemouth.

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I loved the improvement  for comfort of these chairs from pews, and tastefully done

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These flowers made the whole church smell delicious. I suspect from a wedding, don’t you?

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Sorry but can’t remember which town we were in for this picture but I love the after thought? on top

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This is St Peter’s church in Shaftesbury, near the hill on which the Hovis advert was shot. More infromatiion on the church here

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That’s the hovis hill.

Home grown Inspiration next time. Joining with Inspired Sunday

 

 

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Comments on: "InSpired Sunday!" (5)

  1. A lot of history here…wonderful. Tom The Backroads Traveller

  2. Beautiful collection of churches. I love the old stonework ones.

  3. Such a lovely lot of churches! The thing you ask about in Wimborne Minster looks like a sort of clock to me.

  4. Very nice post and great photographs.

  5. sorry i am late to the game this week. we were away camping. hope you are well. what beauties you are sharing this week. so fun!! take care. ( :

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