The weather was considerably better today! It didn’t rain for a start.
So first to Mulcheney Abbey. You know its amazing just how many wonderful buildings were lost due to the reformation.
The Abbots lodging survived and is still a substantial building.
These stairs have seen some footsteps
The parish church is right next to the Abbey Church and would have been dwarfed.
I then went to Lytes Cary Manor. It’s what I think of as a £4 house (when I first started visiting National Trust properties in earnest anything under a fiver was not a big name property). Lytes Cary is what the National Trust does well, save and present a small but interesting house.
The house is one you could live in and it has a fine chapel. I rather liked it.
I realized I was near to 640 St Catherine’s Swell. Somerset is a land of towers and I drove past any old friends but St Catherine’s is a small farmyard chapel.
I finished off playing with my wide angled lens at Watchet Harbour.
Oh tomorrow assuming the weather is ok you are going to get a treat in Church architecture.