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Felix Coaches, Long Melford

Felix Coaches, Long Melford

Light Trail by Peter Wileman, Long Melford: Oct 14 - Nov 7 | Lime Tree Gallery

Light Trail by Peter Wileman, Long Melford: Oct 14 - Nov 7 | Lime Tree Gallery

Long Melford Swan United Kingdom (Europe). The best of Long Melford Swan in Long Melford https://youtu.be/4ue99OLWH8w

Long Melford Swan United Kingdom (Europe). The best of Long Melford Swan in Long Melford https://youtu.be/4ue99OLWH8w

Medieval Stained Glass: "Holy Trinity Church is one of the great Suffolk wool churches and was completed in 1484, due to growing prosperity among the local cloth merchants. The only modern part is the tower, dating from 1903, while much of the stained glass is medieval." Three hares share three ears, representing the divine Trinity of God.

Medieval stained glass window from Long Melford church. Three hares share three ears, representing the divine Trinity of God - three in one and one in three.

1556  Lionel Callow Photography: Kentwell Hall Long Melford

Neat head covering, but I'm also loving this idea of only tying the tops of sleeves, for arm movement. From Kentwell Hall Tudor recreation. Her overall look is superb; I have posted here because the head covering is so compelling.

Homes & Gardens Portfolio | Lucy Grossmith | Heart To Art

Art by Lucy Grossmith -The Jessica Muir Gallery, Long Melford, Suffolk

Kentwell Hall, is a stately home in Long Melford, Suffolk. It includes the hall, outbuildings, and a rare breeds farm and gardens. Most of the current building facade dates from the mid 16th century, but the origins of Kentwell are much earlier, with references in the Domesday Book of 1086.

Kentwell Hall is a stately home in Long Melford, Suffolk. Most of the current building facade dates from the mid century, but the origins of Kentwell are much earlier, with references in the Domesday Book of

Kentwell Hall. Long Melford. Kentwell Hall is one of England's finest moated Tudor houses, described by Country Life as "The epitome of many people's image of an Elizabethan House". It was built and enhanced by successive members of the Clopton family in the first half of the 16th Century on riches derived from the wool trade.

Kentwell Hall is one of England's finest moated Tudor houses, described by Country Life as "The epitome of many people's image of an Elizabethan House". It was built and enhanced by successive members of the Clopton family in

Stained glass window at Holy Trinity Church, Long Melford,Suffolk, England depicting Elizabeth Talbot Mowbray, Duchess of Norfolk and LADY ELIZABETH TILNEY. ELIZABETH TILNEY was wife of Thomas Howard, Earl of Surrey, commander of the battle of Flodden in 1513. Her robe has Azure, a hevron between three griffins' heads. Above them is the coat of arms of the Mowbray family. *** ELIZABETH TILNEY WAS MY 13TH GREAT GRANDMOTHER; CONNIE HALL-SCOTT

Detail of a stained glass window at Holy Trinity Church, Long Melford, Suffolk depicting Elizabeth Tilney, my Great Grandmother

Making 1000 nails - Colonial Blacksmithing

Making 1000 Nails - Colonial Blacksmithing

Making 1000 nails - Colonial Blacksmithing (I should always make nails while i think on what to make next)

Free Wi-fi in Long Melford - http://issuu.com/toddlewis7/docs/free_wifi_1422148740.pdf

Free Wi-fi in Long Melford

Free Wi-fi in Long Melford - http://issuu.com/toddlewis7/docs/free_wifi_1422148740.pdf

Light of Hope by Peter Wileman FROI RSMA FRSA

Light of Hope by Peter Wileman FROI RSMA FRSA

Cavendish is a large village in the West of Suffolk, between Clare and  Long Melford, famous for its much photographed rambling Village Green  with pink almshouses nestled in front of a Norman Church tower

England Travel Inspiration - Cavendish is a large village in the West of Suffolk, between Clare and Long Melford, famous for its much photographed rambling Village Green with pink almshouses nestled in front of a Norman Church tower