returning to the church for a last look around before our return home last Sunday.
South Altar with it's simplistic design.
An attractive niche in the wall.
Part of the Appledore Tapestry which was worked to commemorate the 800th anniversary of the first incumbent, it was designed by Mrs Monica Woodhouse and made up by her and Mrs Liz Marsham and Mrs Joanna Edwards parishioners at the time.
The tapestry is approximately 20 foot long and illustrates the history of Appledore. It starts off when the Danes invaded in 892 to 1988 when it was completed.
Kneeling cushions commemorating Charles and Diana's Wedding.
Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson's wedding.
and finally Prince Harry's birth
Acorn on the cover of the font representing birth
Painting of the Royal Arms of George III on the west wall.
Outside in the sunshine, over 8,000 burials in the churchyard.
Lastly another look at the clock tower which I have been informed a friends father now deceased, wound the clock.
Thanks for coming with me on the journey to Appledore.