Broadwell in VR thanks to Member Powered Photography
Almost as good as being there...
Ashwell in Hertfordshire is full of the vernaculars: timber framed buildings to fill your boots dashed with a touch of pargetting.
The majority of this building is perhaps one of the last surviving C7th buildings in the country
St. Andrew's, South Huish in Devon is a place for artists and creatives.
The church at St. Andrew has a rare Anglo-Saxon circular turret which is attached to a Saxon tower.
Kew is such a magical place. Evolving from the royal pleasure grounds into the botanical gardens that we know today. It was to here that in 1768 Joseph Banks sent seeds whilst on Captain Cook's voyage to the South Seas.
More than any other cathedral, Portsmouth has a complicated and layered history that, unusually, includes some major C20th interventions.
The fabric is mainly C12th and C15th but the paint scheme is of the 1870's from the hand of the incumbent at the time.