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Going West: Nevern Church

St Brynach’s church at Nevern stands right on the bank of the little river Caman. The old tower, the only part of the old Norman church still surviving unchanged, is within feet of the water that sparkles beside a narrow … Continue reading

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Going West: the Yews of Nevern… and Other Surprises

I was looking forward to Nevern Church… another one of those, like Kilpeck, that we would visit ‘one day’… and were visiting at last. To think that we had seen so much since Kilpeck, just three days before, seems incredible. … Continue reading

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Guest author: D. J. Farrington – Burning Belief

I’ve never had children.  Never had a maternal instinct in my life.  But that, I’m sure, is due to my remembering my past death.  A long, slow, agonising attempt to give birth, over three days, without success, obviously. It’s relatively … Continue reading

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