Tuesday, 20 January 2009

Lugly st and the cleaned spire of St. Thomas's Church












This is one of the older parts of Newport and you can still see glimpse of how it must have looked several hundred years ago.

The Church has just had major cleaning and restoration work carried out to it and very nice it now looks.




Here is a link to the Church and what the vicar believes in !! http://www.newportparish.org.uk/newportparish/indexb.htm
And these two images are of Lucinda taking Bob to the Christmas Day service... 07
and you can see how dirty the spire is.

6 comments:

snaphappee said...

That's a lovely town! What a fantastic church!

Tess said...

We just don't have sights like that over here! Thanks for the glimpse of the town.

Mel said...

wow, so pretty. Something about historic buildings that just beat anything they can come up with in modern towns.

PLPortraiture said...

BEAUTIFUL! STUNNING! GORGEOUS!

Makes me sad as Sandra and I went to visit the ruins of a Methodist Church in her City. Sad how a beautiful structure is left to decay and rot . . .

Thank you for posting this uplifting set of images.

Fingers To Toes Photography said...

That is just a beautiful church! Beautiful, I agree with Tess we just dont have buildings and sights like that over here.

Katie said...

Again Wilky your city scape images are just stunning! So picturesque...