Bradley Court Located to the west of Wotton-under-edge.
All Saints Church, Brington Like Molesworth, the chancel roof is higher than the nave. But in this case the Chancel is mostly C19, although it contains some C13 detail.
|Title||The Dromore ploughman DROMORE 2000, the local regeneration group for the West Tyrone village, has recently installed an impressive art piece on a plot of surplus land beside the Irvinestown Road. The welded steel sculpture is the work of Harriet Mead, a well-known Norfolk artist, and it portrays a farm horse being led by a countryman. This fine piece of metalwork will be interpreted by the eye of the beholder, as is the case with any artistic production - the intention of the sponsoring group was to reflect the nature of the rural economy which sustained Dromore and its hinterland for so many years. A vital part of that rural economy was the forge and the statue stands close to the premises occupied by Dromore's last working blacksmith, the late Joe Crozier. Nothing now remains of the busy workshop where Joe shod horses and mended machinery for his farmer customers. He was the classic village blacksmith - strong, skilful, gentle and immensely popular with all age groups. Centuries of metalworking skill died when Joe bolted the wide forge doors for the last time.|
|Photo's author||Kenneth Allen User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||20 Feb 2007 00:00:00|
|Original size||479 x 640|
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|Camera model||OLYMPUS CORPORATION / C750UZ|
|Exposure time||1/100 s|
|Focal length||6.3 mm|
The Dromore ploughman DROMORE 2000, the local regeneration group for the West Tyrone village, has recently installed an impressive art piece on a plot of surplus land beside the Irvinestown Road. The …
The Dromore ploughman. The new statue will be a feature of the dramatic glen which provides a scenic entrance to Dromore from the south west. On the escarpment above stand the proud remains of a churc…
The Dromore ploughman. To the right of the glen flows a trickle of water - this is known as the Eye Well and for centuries it has been claimed to have curative properties. There is a local legend that…
Church Road, Dromore Heading south-west to join the Tummery Road
The Forge Bar, Dromore. It is located at Church Street.
Church Road, Dromore
Path leading to the eye well, Dromore
Inscribed stone, Dromore
The old abbey, Dromore
A32 Tummery Road, Dromore
Dromore Abbey. The site of this ruined church, located on a rocky promontory, has been modified over recent centuries but it is clear that the foundation date for the present church is post Plantation…