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Having finally got there I wasn't going to miss the chance to go inside as the church was open. I rather liked the portable gas heater. Haven't seen one of them in years 

Soggysetshire

Having finally got there I wasn't going to miss the chance to go inside as the church was open. I rather liked the portable gas heater. Haven't seen one of them in years 

comments (19)

Great POVs for these shots.
Bill Phillips: Thank you kindly Hollie
  • Chris
  • Bathampton
  • 9 May 2014, 05:25
Considering how dark it was in there these are commendable pictures
Bill Phillips: I was quite pleased with the result
  • Shane
  • England
  • 9 May 2014, 05:45
Great shots bill
Bill Phillips: Cheers shane!
  • Shane
  • England
  • 9 May 2014, 05:45
Great shots bill
Bill Phillips: Cheers Shane
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 9 May 2014, 06:22
I tried to Google Soggysetshire and noticed it is not far from Hollandshire.....grin
Great shots of the church. Love the wooden ceiling.
Bill Phillips: and it has flat bits too Lady P
My in-laws had one of them, reading Chris' s comment well done Bill. Have a good meet.
Bill Phillips: They were very popular at one time. Met Peter and Penny from Canada today and spent the day with them. Lovely people
Totally worth it, Bill. So glad you showed us the interior.
Bill Phillips: We hadn't expected it to be open Ginnie so this was a bonus
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 9 May 2014, 07:03
This little church looks very homely - fine that the church was open (ordered by Mr. Chad?) and you could take these fine photos. Angela had lighted on a candle.
Bill Phillips: We hadn't expected it to be open so this was a bonus. Well it was for me!
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 9 May 2014, 07:24
It does look very cosy. With a packed house and the candles lit, the gas heater would not be needed. My outlaws used to have a paraffin stove; a hideous thing that used to cause so much condensation.
Bill Phillips: We had one on the landing at one time when I was a kid. Horrible smelly thing that didn't seem to make a lot of difference
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 9 May 2014, 09:29
I think Chris is a hard marker, on account of the lovely cold blue light through the window I shall give you very highly commendable.

Sounds like the camera club!
Bill Phillips: Despite that I thank you Mike!
Fine shots Bill.....looks welcoming smile
Bill Phillips: It was a grand little church Martin
A bijoux centre of worship!
Bill Phillips: C of E lite?
Love those big candles. They would make a nice atmosphere in the night.
Bill Phillips: Very cosy Mary
love it Bill.. Old and Classic..
Bill Phillips: It is full of charm Ronky
It must feel snug & warm in there when all the pews are filled for services, Bill.
Bill Phillips: I am sure it does Beverly
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 9 May 2014, 13:37
Hah, you should come and visit some SA homes. The portables are our only heating for in the winter! The affluent have real grand systems and the poor do with brazier and coal fires. Us, in the middle, we are for the portables.

Interesting colours in this church.
Bill Phillips: I grew up with coal fires and a freezing bedroom. Any nostalgia for either is tempered by the thought that i wasn't the one who had to make up the fires every day!
A very nice cosy little church Bill!
Bill Phillips: Great isn't it Richard?
You time would of been better spent sitting in the cafe with a coffee and bacon butty. I hope your cooking skills are up to scratch for Sunday
Bill Phillips: You might find yourself a victim of the cold war exhibition
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 16 May 2014, 22:15
Even gawd needs a warming device, it seems...
Bill Phillips: Keeping the vicar's butt warm

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