May 13th, 2019

Battle of Flodden Field, Lindisfarne Priory, Holy Island and Lindisfarne Castle

'The first and last church in England'
St Helen's Church, Cornhill-on-Tweed
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Collingwood hatchment, early C19th.
St Helen's Church,
Cornhill-on-Tweed
Stained glass windows St Helen's Church, Cornhill-on-Tweed
St. Paul's Church, Branxton
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Information panel at the Flodden Field battle site
Pallinsburn House viewed across rape fields
around Flodden Field.
Flodden Monument erected in 1910 is located on the ridge occupied by the English army.
Gillian finds the Flodden Field geocache
Altar and reredos.
St Michael and All Angels, Ford
Alter frontal.
St Michael and All Angels, Ford
Stone pulpit installed in 1887
St Michael and All Angels, Ford
Pulpit installed to commemorate Queen Victoria's Jubilee
St Michael and All Angels, Ford
Commemorative window to Michael Edward Joicey
1993.
St Michael and All Angels, Ford
View of Lindisfarne across the estuary
Waiting for the tide to drop on the 3 mile long Lindisfarne causeway
Information panel covering the history of Lindisfarne Priory
'The Journey' sculpture carved from seven elm trees. By Fenwick Lawson, 1999.
St Mary's Church, Holy Island
'The Journey' sculpture depicts the monks of Holy Island carrying the coffin of St. Cuthbert.
St Mary's Church, Holy Island
Stained glass windows, St Mary's Church, Holy Island
Kneeler
St Mary's Church, Holy Island
C18th baluster font.
St Mary's Church, Holy Island
Altar frontal
St Mary's Church, Holy Island
Tapestry stitch floor rug based on a carpet page of the Lindisfarne Gospels illuminated manuscript.
St Mary's Church, Holy Island.
Funerary Hatchments of Selby, Haggerston and Askew families, St Mary's Church, Holy Island.
The ruins of Lindisfarne Priory.
The monastery of Lindisfarne was founded c.634 by Irish monk Saint Aidan.
Lindisfarne became the base for Christian evangelism in the North of England

May 13th, 2019 continued . . .

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