Friday 5 April 2024

A Walk Through Llanrhidian

 Friday, 05 April, 2024

I took a stroll around Llanrhidian this afternoon and harvested a view images of the experience with you:

The remains of a Celtic Cross on the village green

Celtic Cross remains with Llanrhidian Church in background

Another, more ancient Standing Stone on the village green

Llanrhidian Church dates from Medieval times

The two embedded stones in the church gatepost are supposedly cursed and were once
part of a more ancient graveyard located next to the caravan site where we're staying

This huge and mysterious slab of etched rock was dug in in the grounds of the graveyard 

The interior of Llanrhidian Church

Llanrhidian's 2 pubs, the Welcome to Town
and The Dolphin Inn

An incredible convoluted rock used in
a wall of a Llanrhidian garden

The remains of Llanrhidian Mill

The previous night's storm is recorded in the village telegraph wires

This spot caught my eye - to the degree where
I also took a short short video

A very short video, that is well worth watching to the end:

Weobley Castle

Sheep chilling beneath the Iron Iage Earth Fort ofCilifor Top 

Another, more distant shot of Cilifor Top

Heading back to the caravan, I met another site cat, as well as seeing the more familiar black moggy:

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