St Hilda's church, Hartlepool
St Andrew's Church, Newton Aycliffe, Co. Durham
St Paul's church Spennymoor, Co. Durham with a dusting of snow. Would this make a suitable cover for a Christmas Card? I would welcome your thoughts.
Saint Helen's Church, Kelloe with a dusting of snow. Would this make a suitable Christmas card? I would welcome your comments.
Downholme - St Michael & All Angels Church
Barnard Castle church
Merrington Church dusted with snow. Christmas card for lastrp.com in 2013? Would it be suitable? Your thoughts please.
Byers Green - Saint Peter's church
Heighington Parish church with a dusting of snow. Would this make a suitable Christmas card? Your thoughts would be appreciated.
This gorgeous little Saxon church in Escomb- Durham, England is the oldest church in its original form in England, 7th century. On the south wall is a Saxon sun dial which is the oldest in England
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A sea view of Whitby, Scarborough, North Yorkshire: The earliest record of a permanent settlement is in 656.
High Force Waterfall - Teesdale, County Durham, England.
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Castle belonging to John Neville 3rd Baron Neville de Raby My daughters 22nd great grandfather (my 21st) He was born in this castle.
U.K. Durham Cathedral with the Mill below (begun 1093 and largely completed within 40 years)
St Michael, Heighington by davewebster14, via Flickr
"Shall I be mother?" (A British saying when pouring tea.) Mycroft announced, "I'll be mother," when pouring tea at the Palace and Sherlock answered, "Our childhood in a nutshell."
Bath Christmas Market