The Newport Pagnell Church dominates the skyline
of the town. It is quite lovely and the grounds are beautiful. It was Judy's favourite walk to
take in back of the church. The gravestones date back hundreds of years and
the very old,
This view of the church is along a walk by the
Old gravestones are used to pave the walkway
The walk from the road bridge
along the river......
...leads through to
This inscription left reads: "Lovingly Remembered
The babies who were born asleep and buried in the vicinity of this memorial
when the approach to this sad event differed from the views which society
holds today. May they rest in peace in this tranquil area"
This purple-doored building was once a school house but
now is a private home who's back garden backs onto the graveyard. Quiet neighbours!
These are the former almshouses where the
indigent of the parish would have free housing - now they are private homes which
are much sought after
This is the United Reform Church whose archway
goes onto the High Street. The white bay window attaches to a building which was a boy's
school but now houses church offices. To the left is a small garden that was planted for
the visually impaired. The plants are touchable and very fragrant.
This is the Methodist Church in our town. Lovely
parishioners. They are on the "preacher circuit" so you have noidea who may be
preaching on any given Sunday
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