April 22th, 2018

An afternoon in Thorpeness and a couple of church micro's on the way at Aldeburgh and Aldringham.

The Vernon family hatchment.
St Peter and St Paul, Aldeburgh
Charles II Royal Coat of Arms.
St Peter and St Paul, Aldeburgh
1. The parable window depicts the fiery funace, CurlewRriver and The Prodical Son. Window by John Piper.
2 The Crucifixion. East Window, 1891 by J. Hardman & Co.
3. Female Saints. Trinity Chapel Window by A.K.Nicholson, 1920
4. Adoration of the Magi, 1904.
5. "Fear not for I am with thee" in memory of Arthur Thelloson, 1901.
St Peter and St Paul, Aldeburgh
1. Angel of the Annunciation carved by Miss Fotheringham of kent, 1911
2. Angels of the resurrection at the entrance to the sanctuary by Miss Fotheringham of kent, 1911.
Reredos installed in 1950.
3. Brass to Benet and his wife, 1519.
St Peter and St Paul, Aldeburgh
1. Pulpit by Charles Warde and James Garrard, 1632.
2. Trumpet em Chamade added to the pipe organ to celebrate the new millennium.
3. Pipe organ by Walker, 1864.
St Peter and St Paul, Aldeburgh
Monument to Lady Henrietta Vernon, daughter of Thomas, 3rd Earl of Strafford, d 1786.
Early C14th font.
St Peter and St Paul, Aldeburgh.
Monument to the poet George Crabbe, 1832.
St Peter and St Paul, Aldeburgh
Proccessional Banner.
St Peter and St Paul, Aldeburgh
12 candelabra installed
in 1908.
St Peter and St Paul, Aldeburgh
The graves of the Garrett family.
Newson Garrett, d.1893
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson. d.1903
St Peter and St Paul, Aldeburgh.
Headstones of Benjamin Britten, d.1976 and Peter Pears, d. 1986.
St Peter and St Paul, Aldeburgh.
Model Galleon.
St Peter and St Paul, Aldeburgh.
Fort Green Mill, Aldeburgh. The mill was built in 1824 and converted to a house in 1904.
Kite flying on Slaughden beach, Aldeburgh.
Aldeburgh museum.
12 metre Mersey class lifeboat. Self righting, aluminium hull, with twin 285hp Caterpillar 3208T
turbo charged diesel engines.
The RNLI lifeboat station, Aldeburgh.

The largest and most northerly of 103 English defensive towers built between 1808 and 1812 to resist a Napoleonic invasion.
Now converted to
holiday accomodation.
Martello tower, Aldeburgh.

River Alde, Aldeburgh
Thorpeness Meare, Thorpeness.
Westbar water tower.
by William Gilmour Wilson, 1929.
Thorpeness.
Margaret Ogilvie almshouses, mock Tudor, 1926, Thorpeness.
"The House in the Clouds"
'The fairies really own the house
Or so the children say,
In fact they all of them moved in,
Upon the self-same day.'
Holiday acommodation, Thorpeness.
"The House in the Clouds" and the Thorpeness windmill.
Thorpeness windmill.
"The House in the Clouds" and the nearby Sizewell nuclear power station..
"Scallop"
A sculpture to celebrate Benjamin Britten by Maggi Hambling, 2003, Thorpeness.
St Andrew's Church, Aldringham.
Church Micro 1160.
C15th font with lions and angels.
St Andrews Church, Aldringham.
Altar table and reredos,
by Alexander Gibbs, 1895.
St Andrews Church, Aldringham.

Healing the sick and Christ feeding the 5,000.
In memory of Letitia Gannon, 1896
by
Alexander Gibbs of London.
St Andrews Church, Aldringham.

Priest's Chair.
St Andrews Church, Aldringham.
Altar table, 1895, by Alexander Gibbs, 1895.
St Andrews Church, Aldringham.
Victorian pulpit,
by Alexander Gibbs, 1895.
St Andrews Church, Aldringham.

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