By: Briony Chosholm
Churches were well built in the 1740’s
So much so that they still stand, looking calm and pretty, watching the comings and goings on Church Street with their thatched roof and holding all sorts of wonderful old things in their (now museum) tummies. Laurencia, who works there, is fabulous, with lots of stories to tell.
There are sighs and swirls in old churches
Even when old churches are turned into museums, the echoes of whispered prayers, wails of funeral goers, love-filled sighs of newly marrieds and enthusiastic cries of babies being baptized still swirl around the eaves.
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