We stopped off in Beverley for a walk round, I managed to have a quick look inside the grand Minster, in between toddler meltdowns. I’m not religious in any sense but I love cathedrals, churches and minsters because of the architecture and history. Beverley’s minister is a must visit. We walked around the town, having … More Shots of Beverley and Hull
St Paul’s Church is only a 10 minute walk from my house and I used to work opposite it for many years and yet it is only recently that I really began to notice it! I have had a ganders around the outside of it and it is quite a grand church that has somehow … More An undiscovered church
I like Boston Stump for several reasons, it is a great piece of architecture and has a special identity by being called a stump instead of church or cathedral. I also like how I can walk through Boston city centre with the stump nowhere to be seen and then suddenly everything opens up and the … More Boston Stump
When we visited Peterborough over Christmas we didn’t actually go inside the cathedral, we just admired the grand front view. I love cathedrals, which is ironic as I’m not religious in the slightest. However, I enjoy the history and architecture involved with such extravagant buildings. It’s a wonder how they were built in the times … More Another Cathedral
We have stayed in Worcester for a couple of nights and on our first day we had good weather! I took this photo on the bridge as I admired the wonderful cathedral in the distance. It was a lovely walk along the river, past the market stalls and along Kleve Walk until we ended up … More Worcester – #TravelTuesday Photo
Whenever I visit a cathedral I am always staggered by how such an enormous and grand building could have been built so many centuries ago, as they so often were. I am not a religious person, but there is so much more to see in a cathedral. Past all the religiousness is the history and … More 5 Cathedrals not to miss!