I am returning to my "Miscellaneous" folder for a while now with a mixture of subjects, although for train fans there will be an odd sprinkling of shots from that genre.
On 9th.February I posted a picture of the altar from St.Peters Church, Bardon, Leicestershire. This was taken at the same time and is of the arch and pipes above the organ in this lovely little village church.
The Church was designed by Mr John Breedon Everard, on land given by Mr William Thomas Everard.The foundation stone was laid on 6th June 1898 by Lady Mary Glyn,(wife of the Bishop of Peterborough). At the ceremony there was alarge number of local clergy and parishioners.
The Church is built of stone quarried at Bardon Hill and Markfield with dressings of doulting stone. The inside is lined with Ellistown red bricks relieved with Bath stone dressings from Corsham Down. The building contractor was Mr H Bland of Leicester.
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