Last weekend we were on the South Coast, blue skies and a little warmth in the air, and then the Beast from the East came, and now Emma from the South. We have been lucky in the little bit of the Fens we live in, and although it has been below freezing most of the time, only a little snow…..until tonight. It has come with a vengeance, now I know what the rest of the country has been going through. We lost our electric at the start of the week when a big power cable came down, so one night powerless and then for three nights we lost the internet……not good, even now it’s very slow.
Anyway I have found some blue sky, we visited this wonderful church last summer 2017. I had trouble with my camera, the battery was misbehaving and I only managed a few photos, so a revisit this summer is a must. St Margaret’s Church at Cley next the Sea, sits above the village green and the church dates to the early 14th century, with the addition of a late 14th century porch. There was an earlier church on the site, but around 1320 that church was rebuilt. While the body of the church is intact, the north and south transepts are ruined, and open to the sky. So really this is just a reminded for me to return and photograph the 24 late Medieval bench ends and more of the wonderful 15th century Perpendicular font.