The Church of St John the Baptist, Burford, is one of the largest in Oxfordshire, yet hidden away from the throngs of tourists swarming around this ancient Saxon-Medieval town. Here are the most interesting facts about it: 1. The church was built in the 12th Century and expanded during the 14th and 15th Centuries as … Continue reading History Facts: #5 Transepts, Tombs and Turret Clocks
Driving from our home to Uffington, inspired by a blue sky and winter sun, we had every intention of a walk up the White Horse Hill of Neolithic fort fame. However we got sidetracked by noticing for the first time, despite our many trips down this road, a rather splendid looking church in perfect cruciform … Continue reading History Facts: #2 This church is older than it looks!
A review of how our Tour of England began and what’s coming next as we hit a The South Coast of England.