THE MADPRIEST GANG GO TO NORFOLK

We've just got back from an unexpected, two day visit to Norfolk, made necessary by Mrs MP's parents having a fire in their home and her mum ending up in hospital. Things were bad but not as bad as they could have been and, although it's going to take a few months, their bungalow will be cleaned, repaired and redecorated courtesy of their insurers. Some other stuff that needed sorting out also went surprisingly well.

We managed to get a few hours to ourselves on Friday morning and so we took the dogs to Holkham Beach (top photo) and then we popped into Walsingham. Mrs MP lit a candle in the Holy House for her parents and I lit one for the St. Laika's congregation.

The bottom photos are the front and rooftops of the pub we stayed out.










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THE MADPRIEST GANG GO TO NORFOLK — 8 Comments

  1. [Is that the Cure D’ars (aka St John Vianney) peeking through the window of the Pilgrim Shop? O_o]

    Glad to hear Missus MP Mum is OK. Be well, y’all.

  2. OK in the 3rd picture down from the top, what is the round brick structure that looks like it’s much older than the surrounding buildings?

    Wish I could visit Walsingham. :wistful sigh:

  3. Prayers for all of you especially Mrs. MP and her family! Glad that things were not quite as bad as initially believed.

    Great photos as usual!

  4. Hi, Tracie. The building is a 16th. Century village pump house. On top is a brazier which used to be lit to provide a primitive form of street lighting.