14 March 2006

Sturminster Newton

Sturminster Newton is near to Fiddleford Manor, and is famous for its mill and medieval bridge. Sadly we visited neither of these, as the Mill was closed for the winter and the bridge was not really accessible (although we did of course drive over it). We stopped here for a much-needed cup of tea and Dorset Apple Cake and had a bit of a wander around.

A nice row of terraced cottages.

In the vestry of the church - kettle, cassocks and stained glass.

1 comment:

Kpagesmith said...

The second photo was obtained by Paul trepassing AGAIN!

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