Monthly Archives: September 2017

Of To The Minster

Whilst in Gt Yarmouth having my friends car looked at we had few hours to kill, so we decided to have a wander round the market square area. We decided to have a bite to eat and then take a short walk to the towns Minster Church. The Norman-era Minster Church of St Nicholas in Gt Yarmouth remains,… Read More »

Artistic Cromer

A recent trip to Cromer in Norfolk, whilst on holiday in the area  last week to see a couple of friends of ours,and to take in this part of the North Norfolk coastline. Cromer is a coastal town and a civil parish on the north coast of the English county of Norfolk. It is approximately 23 miles… Read More »

40s At Sheringham

It’s step back in time to the days of blitz, rationing and utility clothing, this time it was a trip to the annual 1940s weekend in September, and it’s the most popular event on the Sheringham  calendar. Over the years this event has attracted more and more visitors and  exhibitors, it is widely felt to be one… Read More »

Wheat From The Chaff

It’s that time a year where the local wheat farmers relies on good dry weather to bring in the harvest, mind you the weather this time of year hasn’t been  in there favour, so they have to go out when the weather is mainly dry. So it is out with my camera to try and capture some… Read More »

Creative Thaxted

On the way back from Flatford my friend and I decided to  called in to a small town in the heart of Essex called Thaxted. Thaxted is a town and civil parish in Uttlesford district of north-western Essex, the town appears in the Doomsday Book of 1086 as Tachesteda, Old English for place where thatch was… Read More »