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Friends of Friendless Churches
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St Cynhaearn’s, on the former island in Llyn Ystumllyn at the end of an ancient causeway, feels like a complete late-Georgian estate church of 1832. Details such as this characterful cherub only add to the splendour . #Sundaymorning #cheerfulcherubs http://bit.ly/2QMwoEZ
Friends of Friendless Churches
Friends of Friendless Churches
Don't be fooled by the picture-perfect exterior. This church is on the move 😐 Clay soil and poor Victorian rebuilding means St Andrew Woodwalton needs serious remedial work stabilise it. Can you help? #thischurchneedsyou http://bit.ly/2HkKU6p
Friends of Friendless Churches
Friends of Friendless Churches
Medieval door knockers... Delicate, robust, decorative, functional - we love this example at All Saints, Ballidon, Derbyshire. But what happened with the keyhole escutcheon...? #FridayFeeling #ironwork #knockers #Derbyshire #heritage #art #architecture
http://friendsoffriendlesschurches.org.uk/ballidon-church-vested-with-the-friends/
Friends of Friendless Churches
Friends of Friendless Churches
For a tiny charity like us, legacies can be transformational. Work that we've had to put off for years can finally be paid for - bringing near derelict medieval churches back into use for the local community (and the rest of the world) to enjoy. #charitytuesday http://bit.ly/2SWfQLD
Friends of Friendless Churches
Friends of Friendless Churches
Sometime about 1746 – the precise date is uncertain – an eight-year old boy, playing by a stream somewhere in West Africa, was abducted and brought to Ynyscynhaiarn in North Wales. He was taken to Plas Ystumllyn, either by or for a member of the Wynne family, and here he would grow up, marry, and have 7 children. This is the tale of 'John Ystumllyn'. #YearofDiscovery #VisitWales #hiddenhistory http://bit.ly/2J0BT4a
Friends of Friendless Churches
Friends of Friendless Churches
The ruined medieval church at Eastwell, Kent by Martin Williamson. Crisp tower and gables rising from an earthly wash of greens and blues. #Saturdaymorning #savingchurches http://bit.ly/2IZ3WRp
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