last weekend we should have been going to Selsey Academy for the bank holiday weekend but as most of you know it suffered a fire and burnt down and we relocated to St Richards, Bexhill. The Sussex club did a fantastic job of rearranging the rally to Bexhill to which we the members are very grateful. The next few blogs are a snapshot of what went on including our 50th wedding anniversary.
The Trattoria Italiana for our anniversary lunch venue with our son Ian, his wife Claire and our granddaughter Daisy. A very enjoyable meal it was too, finished off with Champagne.
Ready for the car show featured later.
The surprise was these two Iguanas sunbathing on the grass on the promenade note the owner, or his knees were close by.
sorry for my absence as I had a few problems with the computer. So much so that it was beyond repair so at great expense here I am back with a new one which I hope will last a long time.
The Cathedral pictures were taken whilst at the Balloon Fiesta
Outside view showing the North Window in this the new Naive build in the 1860's
Close up of the window from the inside
Shots of the Vaulted roof.
Elder Lady Chapel c 1220.
High Alter c 1899.
The Chapter house.
The Union flag draped in Poppies on either side in the South Transept
Flower decoration within the Cathedral.
Choirs stalls with Misericords organ from 1296,
The Naive looking towards the high alter.
Lastly not a Poppy but is reminded me of one in the Garden outside the cafe where we had a nice drink in the sunshine. Thanks for looking, Mike