Wren, St Euny Churchyard and Singing

01 Dec

1   This little Wren is often around on our trellis but rarely stays long enough for me to get a photo.

Wren on the fence

Wren on the fence

2   I spent a very interesting  afternoon walking around St Euny Churchyard with a local historian who was so full of stories that kept us all amused and fascinated. This has the makings of a promising project. Have a look here for more about the Churchyard and to see the most informative Mining and Medicine board where you can learn more about trepanning.   Click on any photo for more detail and for the caption.


3   Singing with The Inglehearts tonight was a tonic as usual. Thank you to Claire and to my concerned friends.


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3 responses to “Wren, St Euny Churchyard and Singing

  1. utesmile

    December 8, 2014 at 7:43 am

    I would have loved to join this too! Thanks for sharing this here!


  2. Penny L Howe

    December 2, 2014 at 12:37 am

    Just fascinating Sally, Excellent historical references and wonderful photos. I admit to being partial to the lovely little wren. I hope you’ve been well and happy. My best to you this festive time of year, with much true affection, Penny xxxxxxx


  3. BrixHouseWife

    December 1, 2014 at 9:13 pm

    This post reminds me of my childhood. My granddad was part of a cricket team and so we would visit lots of different villages and whilst they played my grandma, mother and I used to visit the village church and grave yard and try to find the oldest grave. Thank you for posting!



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