Market Drayton, north Shropshire claims to be the home of gingerbread as this sign says
Market Drayton has some lovely black & white Tudor buildings still with their quaint old windows & heavy, solid doors
I caught a glimpse of this church through an alleyway & went to investigate - WOW, what a splendid view that monument has. The church itself has some lovely gargoyles including one with a blue metal collar to keep it in place (I think). It rather looks like you are out walking your gargoyle ….
My heart sang at this view in a window .... WOW, how absolutely lovely are these jars?
En route home, I passed the tiny hamlet of Chetwynd with its beautiful church & decided to pull in & have a look. I love exploring church yards & churches - they remind us of the frailty of life & our faith ....
The trip reminded me that I one of my resolutions this year is to make time to do new things or visit places - however close - that I have not been to before. A good start me thinks.
Till next time, do stop by & leave a comment