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Random photos of parish life.

Charabanc in Wells

The following photographs were supplied by Tour Leader John Hughes, and capture some of the fun (and the heat) of the day away

 

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Beaulieu Travellers in Kent

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  Some of the members of the party, waiting outside Canterbury Cathedral                  Site of the martyrdom of Thomas A'Beckett in the North West transeptl of the Cathedral

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 Loking up at the very apex of the Tower of the Cathedral                  Towards the apse of the Cathedral

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n inspiring view of the Nave of the Cathedral                                                                  

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A   The ancient section of Leeds Castle, dating from Norman times                   The exciting maze at Leeds Castle

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The small church of All Saints in Tudeley Kent                                                                The magificent Chagall window, a memorial for a drowned daughter

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An aerial view of the Sissinghurst gardens                                                                       The famous 'white garden' of Vita Sackville-West

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The tower at Sissinghurst Casle, workplace of Vita Sackville-West                                      The imposing frontage of Petworth House

 

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Henry VIII A copy of the Holbein original                     A stunning view of the Lake at Petworth

Photography by Lucie and Peter

Palm Sunday in Beaulieu; a Benefice Walk and Service

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Dolly the Donkey, lovingly looked after by warden Sally Brearley and parishioner Peter Murphin

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Dolly the Donkey, with Sally,  ready for the procession

3 Choir processing

The Beaulieu Abbey Choir progresses through an unusually quiet village

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Father John addressing the group on the Tumbrills, an open site between the Beaulieu River and Palace House

 

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The Beaulieu Band, the Beaulieu Abbey Choir, Dolly the Donkey and many hardy walkers