Looking at the parish church of Holy Trinity at Ashford-in-the-Water from the eastern end a better idea of its size is can be seen and also details of the lovely, and what I assume is, local stone used to build the church. There is also a rather lovely Celtic style cross just outside a door leading out from the church.
APOLOGIES: We've had a hectic last couple of days so my apologies for not replying to your comments on Tuesday and making comments on your postings, if you normally get a comment from me then I did find time to look at your Tuesday picture at least. Mid evening on Monday our son's partner was rushed in to A.& E.at Leicester, whilst Chris was on late shift at work, so we ended up with the Grandchildren overnight while he went to the hospital and didn't get home till about 2.30 am.on Tuesday morning. Maureen got the children to school yesterday morning and then we had to go out to a village some 20 miles away from us as I had a long standing arrangement to give a church Ladies Fellowship an audio/visual presentation and we got back about teatime. Chris has now got compassionate leave from work, and the children, whilst I spend today starting, and finishing, our church newsletter for next Sunday and Maureen gives a presentation to a ladies craft group she belongs to this morning, who said retirement was realaxing!! Meanwhile, as I write Amanda is having tests in hospital to find out what is ailing her.
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