Yarn, Yorkshire and All Manner of Wonderful Things!

InSpired Sunday!

Today I have a little gem from York. Not the resplendent York Minster but one of York’s hidden treasures. This is Holy Trinity, Goodramgate, York.

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Come inside

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Fabulous high pews with Jacobean decoration

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The most uneven upity downity stone floor

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A pulpit for thunderous sermons!

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A beautiful font

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A peep hole so everyone can see.

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Outside some of the graveyard is overgrown

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BUT at the front of the church the grass is neatly mown and benches galore are set about, and the office workers and shoppers make much use of them at lunch time. An idyllic spot for a picnic and a read.

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Linking with Inspired Sunday


Comments on: "InSpired Sunday!" (8)

  1. Wow another place with Box Pews, it’s good to see they kept them. Did you find any dates careved on them.

  2. What a lovely little church.

  3. It’s a wonderful church!

  4. you know i have never asked – you are Cathy? saw that on your “about page”. i hope i got the link up working for ya. i see your picture now. i wonder what happened? it is cool now. i didn’t know your email – never sure why it does ask that on the link up thingy but any who … i did put my email instead. hope you are well this week. ( :

    it is very castle like. take care.

  5. My thoughts exactly!

  6. With the stone interior I would guess the sermon would thunder! Tom The Backroads Traveller

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