Amelia Heath

Amelia Heath

Posted on 06/04/2017


Photo taken on May 22, 2017



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Ditcheat Church

Ditcheat Church
The Church of St Mary Magdalen in Ditcheat, Somerset, England, has 12th-century origins. It has been designated as a Grade I listed building.
It was built by the Abbots of Glastonbury Abbey. The chancel dates from the 14th century and the celestory from the 15th.
The churchyard contains war graves of a soldier of World War I and a soldier and airman of World War II

Ulrich John, Nouchetdu38, Maeluk, S Drury and 5 other people have particularly liked this photo


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Gudrun
Gudrun
Never heard if the place or the church but it's unmistakably English!
17 months ago.
Amelia Heath
Amelia Heath
We had never heard of Dicheat before either, Gudrun, but we stayed at a small pub in the village for 3 nights, and this church was virtually next door. It wasn't until our last day in Somerset that we knew how to pronounce Ditcheat - 'Ditchit'. ;-)
17 months ago.
Rosalyn Hilborne
Rosalyn Hilborne
Oh my goodness, you were not far away from me in Ditcheat!! I think the pub is owned by Paul Nicholls the race horse trainer Amelia. Were you told that? His racing stables are in the village...and yes you have the right pronunciation ;-))
17 months ago.
Amelia Heath has replied to Rosalyn Hilborne
Where do you live, Rosa? I didn't have my mobile with me, otherwise I'd have sent you a text message. Who knows - we could have had a nice cup of coffee somewhere. I don't know who owns the pub, but you could be right.. A group of skittish horses passed by every morning at breakfast time - before the school run.
17 months ago.
S Drury
S Drury
Hello Amelia what an impressive church indeed .. a shot most certainly heading into my fav's folder also

best wishes ... Steve
17 months ago.
Daniela Brocca
Daniela Brocca
I would love to go back in time , at the time when this church was new. Beautiful.
17 months ago.
Keith Burton
Keith Burton
A beautiful church and a lovely image Amelia....................especially with that lovely sky.
17 months ago.
Nouchetdu38
Nouchetdu38
A nice typical Church!!!
17 months ago.