Here are some snapshots taken during our recent Ragged Ramble to Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire... enjoy!
Medieval statues of saints intact in their niches at Croyland Abbey.
Ramblers, ragged in varying degrees, stroll through Croyland Abbey
Medieval bridge at Croyland, with weather worn statue - presumably robbed out from the post-Reformation abbey just down the street.
The precipitous spire of Glinton church
Medieval irreverence - made us all laugh out loud! (Glinton church)
Ragged Rambler with well-laden picnic basket.
Early eighteenth century gravestone in Glinton church yard.
A nineteenth century cast-iron table tomb
A beautifully planted graveyard at Helpstone.
Above, the grave of the Nineteenth century poet, John Clare, in Helpstone church yard.
Below, is the comment left by one of the Ramblers in the church comment book four years earlier...
Date of death, 1627! This is certainly the oldest outdoor gravestone we have encountered.