Friday, 27 September 2013

Mowing the grass at St George's

At one point in its history many of the gravestones in St George's churchyard were laid flat and the area nearest the church grassed over.

The grave to the right of the tree on the left (midway between the one in the foreground and the groundsman's machine) is the neglected grave of John Chritchley Prince - see my post of 18th September.

The sides of the church currently fenced off with steel while the roof is refurbished.

A contribution to Skywatch Friday and Friday Fences.


  1. Gorgeous green! But just the thought of freshly-mowed grass is making me sneeze.

  2. What a great, almost surreal picture Gerald! :-)

    Greetings from the Netherlands,