Category Archives: Architecture

Afternoon tea in St James

It was a wet Sunday morning and, umbrella-less, I opted to remain indoors. But the celebration continued at the Royal Over-Seas League in Park Place, St James over afternoon tea. A rather convenient club backing on to Green Park, behind

Afternoon tea in St James

It was a wet Sunday morning and, umbrella-less, I opted to remain indoors. But the celebration continued at the Royal Over-Seas League in Park Place, St James over afternoon tea. A rather convenient club backing on to Green Park, behind

Holy Play: Liturgy as Theatre

Of course, my presence in Chichester was to attend a seminar on ‘Holy Play: Liturgy as Theatre’. It was held in the Bishop’s Palace, adjacent to Chichester Cathedral. Bishop Martin Warner welcomed us to the seminar. I was not alone

Holy Play: Liturgy as Theatre

Of course, my presence in Chichester was to attend a seminar on ‘Holy Play: Liturgy as Theatre’. It was held in the Bishop’s Palace, adjacent to Chichester Cathedral. Bishop Martin Warner welcomed us to the seminar. I was not alone

Chichester Cathedral

A glorious source of many photos which I will share more fully when I return (be warned). The pervading figure is St Richard of Chichester. The Shrine of St Richard of Chichester is a wonderful sight, backed by a tapestry

Chichester Cathedral

A glorious source of many photos which I will share more fully when I return (be warned). The pervading figure is St Richard of Chichester. The Shrine of St Richard of Chichester is a wonderful sight, backed by a tapestry

Chichester ‘Harbour’

There is a chain of hotels in England known as ‘Harbour Hotels’. I was pleased to learn this, as I had booked into the Chichester Harbour Hotel but had been unable to discover where they had put Chichester Harbour. ‘Was

Chichester ‘Harbour’

There is a chain of hotels in England known as ‘Harbour Hotels’. I was pleased to learn this, as I had booked into the Chichester Harbour Hotel but had been unable to discover where they had put Chichester Harbour. ‘Was

Chichester

This morning I took the train from Victoria Station to Chichester. It was rather ironic that last night I saw a production of ‘The Importance of Being Ernest’, and this morning I was eating breakfast outside the Left Luggage Room

Chichester

This morning I took the train from Victoria Station to Chichester. It was rather ironic that last night I saw a production of ‘The Importance of Being Ernest’, and this morning I was eating breakfast outside the Left Luggage Room

Anglican Catholic Mission 2018

Started the day with breakfast in my suite. I took the Red Lift to the foyer, but chose to walk rather than take the car. Saw some familiar sights and sites on the way along the Strand to Fleet Street.

Anglican Catholic Mission 2018

Started the day with breakfast in my suite. I took the Red Lift to the foyer, but chose to walk rather than take the car. Saw some familiar sights and sites on the way along the Strand to Fleet Street.

Good enough for Menzies

I had to move closer to the conference venue, now at St Dunstan’s- in-the-West, so I’m having a few night at The Savoy. This will make getting to morning Mass much easier. I have eaten at the Savoy Grill when

Good enough for Menzies

I had to move closer to the conference venue, now at St Dunstan’s- in-the-West, so I’m having a few night at The Savoy. This will make getting to morning Mass much easier. I have eaten at the Savoy Grill when