Churches and Yew Trees

  • "The Shepherds' Church", Didling

    Image ID
    FOT731227
    Caption
    "The Shepherds' Church", Didling
    Rights
    RM Rights Managed
    Photographer
    Judith Ann Lion
    Dimensions
    3400 x 5100 px
    Keywords
    13th Century Church; St Andrew; The Shepherds' Church; Didling; West Sussex; England; English; South Downs National Park; Yew; Taxus baccata; Single Bell; Gravestones; snow; snowy; winter; wintry;
    Description
    The c.13th century church of St. Andrew, known as "The Shepherds' Church" sits a little to the south of the village on the northern slope of Didling Hill. The nave and chancel are of plastered rubble with ashlar dressings. The wooden...
  • Taxus baccata at Didling Church

    Image ID
    FOT731228
    Caption
    Taxus baccata at Didling Church
    Rights
    RM Rights Managed
    Photographer
    Judith Ann Lion
    Dimensions
    5100 x 3400 px
    Keywords
    Taxus baccata; Yew; Gravestones; snow; snowy; winter; wintry; gravestones; Church of St Andrew Didling; Shepherds' Church; West Sussex; South Downs National Park; England; English; winter; wintry; snow; snowy; church porch; Christmas wreath;
    Description
    The c.13th century church of St. Andrew, known as "The Shepherds' Church" sits a little to the south of the village on the northern slope of Didling Hill. The nave and chancel are of plastered rubble with ashlar dressings. The wooden...
  • Taxus baccata, Didling Church

    Image ID
    FOT731229
    Caption
    Taxus baccata, Didling Church
    Rights
    RM Rights Managed
    Photographer
    Judith Ann Lion
    Dimensions
    5100 x 3400 px
    Keywords
    Taxus baccata; Yew; Church; church porch; Christmas wreath; red berries; old gravestones; snow; snowy; winter; wintry; 13th century; West Sussex; South Downs National Park; England; English
    Description
    The c.13th century church of St. Andrew, known as "The Shepherds' Church" sits a little to the south of the village on the northern slope of Didling Hill. The nave and chancel are of plastered rubble with ashlar dressings. The wooden...