April 14th, 2018

Jason Welch and the Bayeux Tapestry, North Creake.
And a visit to Walsingham. And a few church micros on the way.

St Peter and St Paul, Hoxne
Church Micro 7681
C15th octagonal font.
St Peter and St Paul, Hoxne
Medieval wall painting of the Seven Works of Mercy.
St Peter and St Paul, Hoxne
Lectern.
St Peter and St Paul, Hoxne
Calming the storm, 1870.
St Peter and St Paul, Hoxne.
St Luke and St John, 1868.
St Peter and St Paul, Hoxne
St Matthew and St Mark, 1868.
St Peter and St Paul, Hoxne
Monument to Thomas Maynard of Hoxne Hall , by Charles Stanley. c.1742.
St Peter and St Paul, Hoxne.
St Mary's Church, Long Stratton, Norfolk.
Church Micro 7968 DNF
St Mary's Church, Newton Flotman, Norfolk.
Church Micro 9995
Altar frontal with medieval chancel screen behind.
St Peter and St Paul, Fakenham
Queen Victoria, Christ and St. Peter, 1903.
St Peter and St Paul,
Fakenham
Memorial brass to Michael Atkinson, 1890.
St Peter and St Paul, Fakenham
The Raising of Jairus' Daughter, 1890.
St Peter and St Paul, Fakenham
C15th octagonal font with carved panels.
St Peter and St Paul, Fakenham
Angel.
St Peter and St Paul, Fakenham
Ledger stone of Elizabeth Monk, 1820.
St Peter and St Paul, Fakenham
Floor Tiles.
St Peter and St Paul, Fakenham
Altar and Reredos.
St Peter and St Paul, Fakenham
Reredos wall tiles.
St Peter and St Paul, Fakenham
Cross Stitch kneelers.
St Peter and St Paul, Fakenham
St Mary and All Saints, Sculthorpe.
Church Micro 8336 DNF
VS, South Creake.
974 DNF
South Creake and the river Burn.
Jason and Gillian holding one the 27 panels re-creating the Bayeux Tapestry.
Jason, Belinda and Michael discuss the Bayeux Tapestry.
Jason in his studio.
A close up of Jason's last panel of the tapestry. This panel shows the famous scene where King Harold II gets shot in the eye with an arrow.
One of Jason's carvings. Based either on a carpet page from the Book of Durrow or perhaps St Chad Gospels.
Carved on 5 foot long lime wood planks, the 27 panels make up 135 feet in total.
The Virgin Mary and Baby Jesus. Another of Jason's amazing carvings.
VS, North Creake.
Opening font cover with triptych of Christ and the Children, 1897.
St Mary's Church, North Creake.
Stained glass windows.
St Mary's Church, North Creake.
Painted pipe organ
St Mary's Church, North Creake.
Oak carved rood screen, 1897.
St Mary's Church, North Creake.
Ledger stone of Prisilla Powdich, 1735.
St Mary's Church, North Creake.
Lectern
St Mary's Church, North Creake.
Pew
St Mary's Church, North Creake.
Altar and Reredos by William Searle Hicks, a great nephew of Sir Charles Barry.
St Mary's Church, North Creake.
Victorian angel chancel roof.
St Mary's Church, North Creake.
Charles I, Royal Coat of Arms, 1635
St Mary's Church, North Creake.
Mid C14th triple sedilia with corbels and
painted diapering.
St Mary's Church, North Creake.
The ruins of Creake Abbey. Founded by the Augustinians as a priory in the 12th century.
Walsingham, Norfolk
Walsingham, Norfolk

April 14th, 2018 continued

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