November 19th, 2016

A geochaching day around Rye, Pett, Wittersham, Northiam, Playden, Newenden, Rolvenden and Peasmarsh

Parish Church of St. Mary and St. Peter, Pett
Village Hall Christmas fair, Pett
Stained glass windows, Parish Church of St. Mary and St. Peter, Pett
Landgate Arch c.1329, Rye
Model Soldier Shop, Rye
West Entrance
St. Mary the Virgin, Rye
The Clock Tower, St. Mary the Virgin, Rye
The clock was installed in 1561 and was made by Lewys Billiard. It is one of the oldest, still functioning, church turret clocks in England.
St. Mary the Virgin, Rye
Church Micro 1049
Saint George
St. Mary the Virgin, Rye
Seal of Rye
St. Mary the Virgin, Rye
The Mayor's Chair
St. Mary the Virgin, Rye
Altar and East Window.
St. Mary the Virgin, Rye
Rye Water Tower
The water cistern was Built between 1733 and 1735. Water was pumped, by means of a horse gin dating from 1718, in an elm pipe up Conduit Hill to the cistern. The cistern could hold about 20,000 gallons, which was distributed to properties through wooden pipes.
Landgate Arch c.1329, Rye

Christmas fair at
St. John the Baptist, Wittersham
Stained glass windows, St. John the Baptist, Wittersham
Stained glass window
St. John the Baptist, Wittersham
Funerary Hatchments, St. John the Baptist, Wittersham
Stained glass window
St. John the Baptist, Wittersham
St. Mary's Church, Northiam
Church Micro 166
St Peter's Church, Newenden
Church Micro 6938
St. Nicholas Church, Pett Level
Church Micro 262
Where's Ruby?
Ruby's hiding
Ruby, an British shorthair, - Amanda's homestay Hastings

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