It has been a while since members of The Ragged Ramblers got out exploring some lovely medieval churches. So it was with a tingle of anticipation that a party of six of us set out this morning to explore some antiquarian delights in north Norfolk. Oh what a time we had: ranging from the discovery of a bottomless pond of evil aspect to a good assemblage of post-medieval graffiti. Here are some images of the latter...
A concentration of graffiti at the partially ruined Hautbois St Theobald church
Here are three photographs of graffiti etched into the external stonework on the buttresses of St Peter & St Paul, Worstead.
The following three graffitos are all to be found on the interior face of a box pew at St Peter & St Paul's, Heydon...
|Man smoking a fag,|
|Five o-clock shadow|
|Mary Frost wearing a bonnet|