In Pond Farm Road just going toward the gate
This is a small trip round the churchyard of Ss Peter and Paul, Borden, one February morning in 2010. I walked around the perimeter, but the track doesn't look as if I did, unfortunately.
By the gate
All the brambles and ivy were cleared from the wall by a working party in October 2009
The base of this was cleared, so now you can see more of the grave stones
built circa 1100AD. Made of flints.
The birds have eaten most of the berries by now.
the church and gravestones
corner gate
peaceful place
Looking toward Wises Lane
In Spring, this will be covered in blossom
Does excellent food at reasonable prices, and a good pint of beer.
The way in
Where are we?
Wises Lane
Under the tree
under the tree 2
One of many leaning gravestones
This is where Kevin cleaned the main window
Soon to be replaced with a kitchen, toilets, and more space.
Obviously the puddle is warmer than the road
Alongside the drive to Borden Hall
Broken- not forgotten
The first snowdrops on a grave in the sunshine ahead.
From the path to the Parish Hall
These are late after all the snow and cold weather.
warm sunshiine
Soon there will be daffodils here
Looking East.
Looking toward Borden Hall cottages
From the corner by the Parish Hall
Spring sunshine and trees
In the mist
Another view
This was cleared of ivy and brambles in October
Early morning
The squirrels love this
the corner
This got cleared of brambles too
corner 2
Primroses will carpet this in a few weeks
Some crosses
My favourite design
With the Celtic cross
Centre path
Under the holly bush
Rest in Peace
Path to the Parish Hall
Path to Pond Farm Rd
The new ashes burial plot is on the left inside the little box bushes
Borden 17-2-10
Carolyn Lewis
Author: Carolyn Lewis (ID: 8946)
Posted: 2010-02-24 22:23 GMT+00:00
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A trip round an English churchyard in February

Church through the trees
In Pond Farm Road just going toward the gate
A walk round the churchyard
This is a small trip round the churchyard of Ss Peter and Paul, Borden, one February morning in 2010. I walked around the perimeter, but the track doesn't look as if I did, unfortunately.
By the gate
Looking back along the road
All the brambles and ivy were cleared from the wall by a working party in October 2009
The holly tree
The base of this was cleared, so now you can see more of the grave stones
the tower
built circa 1100AD. Made of flints.
Crab apple tree
The birds have eaten most of the berries by now.
the church and gravestones
corner gate
peaceful place
Looking toward Wises Lane
Four stones, one tree
In Spring, this will be covered in blossom
The maypole
Does excellent food at reasonable prices, and a good pint of beer.
The way in
Where are we?
Wises Lane
Under the tree
under the tree 2
A sunny corner
One of many leaning gravestones
The East Wall
This is where Kevin cleaned the main window
The vestry
Soon to be replaced with a kitchen, toilets, and more space.
Two Doves
Obviously the puddle is warmer than the road
North fence
Alongside the drive to Borden Hall
Broken- not forgotten
Path from the Hall
The first snowdrops on a grave in the sunshine ahead.
From the path to the Parish Hall
first snowdrops
These are late after all the snow and cold weather.
warm sunshiine
Soon there will be daffodils here
Under the trees
Looking East.
Down School Lane
Looking toward Borden Hall cottages
From the corner by the Parish Hall
Spring sunshine and trees
In the mist
Another view
Wall alongside School Lane
This was cleared of ivy and brambles in October
Early morning
The squirrels love this
the corner
More wall looking back
This got cleared of brambles too
corner 2
From the corner
Primroses will carpet this in a few weeks
Some crosses
Celtic cross
My favourite design
With the Celtic cross
Centre path
Under the holly bush
Rest in Peace
Path to the Parish Hall
Path to Pond Farm Rd
Path to the corner gate
The new ashes burial plot is on the left inside the little box bushes
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