The other day I met some friends and we visited St. Peters church in Winchcombe to do some sketching.
Lots of wonders here, even some embroidery worked by Henry the Eighth's first wife, Catherine of Aragon. . . . . . but my heart was moved by the quaint, armoured figure of Thomas Williams.
Poor Thomas, he's been kneeling here staring at an empty space for more than 370 years.
The space opposite him was reserved for his widow, but she married again and preferred to rest with her second husband. . .poor Thomas.
I couldn't let May pass without showing you the place (near here) where the Bluebells bloom and the Fairies dance in Spring........