On Saturday 17 June our lovely daughter Alix will marry Darran, her handsome RAF sweetheart, in our parish church of St Nicholas, Worth (memo to self: wear waterproof mascara and conceal plenty of Kleenex about one’s person).
Several generations of the Cuthbertson, MacMaster and Farrar families will be descending on us from all over the country in a few days’ time, some of them in kilts, I’m told.
I won’t be blogging for a week or so, but in the meantime here are some more photos of St Nicholas’s for those who enjoy this country’s beautiful parish churches. This one is a real hidden gem. Built in the 10 or 11th century in a clearing in the ancient forest of Anderedes Weald, it still stands on its Saxon foundations and contains several original Saxon features. It may
be the oldest church in Sussex. And it’s a bit like the Tardis, in that it looks much bigger on the inside than it does on the outside. OK, Pevsner wouldn’t have written that bit.
If I ever get to grips (aargh) with the digital camera I’ve just bought, I may post some wedding photos next week.