Tag Archives: Religion

King’s College Chapel, Cambridge

Hello everyone ūüôā I have been trying to write this post for absolutely ages! If you are reading this¬†I have finally posted it! Yay! I recently¬†spent a couple of weeks researching and writing an unrelated article for a Local Secrets¬†(a … Continue reading

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Bury St Edmunds – Abbey Gardens and Ruins

Yesterday I spent a lovely couple of hours in Bury St Edmunds¬†with my friend Julie, it was a spur of the moment trip as originally we were going somewhere else but missed the bus by a few minutes!¬† We¬†decided to … Continue reading

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May – Lily of the Valley

Over the last year I have been posting about customs and traditions from each month, which has been really interesting.¬† May was my first customs and traditions post, so I¬†thought I’d¬†try a year of¬†focussing on¬†‘birth flowers’ each month.¬† I will … Continue reading

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Swaffham Prior – a tale of two churches

On¬†Saturday¬†I spent¬†a lovely afternoon in Swaffham¬†Prior, a village¬†ten miles north-east of Cambridge. I last visited the village about eight years ago, it was nice to¬†re-visit. Swaffham Prior¬†is one of those villages that has a peaceful, relaxing ‘sunday afternoon’¬†feel to it … Continue reading

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February – Pancakes

Wow, time goes so quickly doesn’t it?!¬† January kind of passed in a blur it seems, it was gone before I had even thought about a January traditions post! So, I’m not going to write about January, apart from wondering … Continue reading

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The Round Church, Cambridge

Hello, and thank you for reading my first post of 2012! Unfortunately I have not been able to spend a lot of my spare time writing, due to having to do boring things like applying for new jobs.¬† Thankfully that’s … Continue reading

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