Before leaving Croft Castle I popped briefly into the Church of St Michael and All Angels.
I wanted to get more photos of the medieval floor tiles which came from workshops at Malvern and Monmouth.
The font is 14th century. I wanted to get more photos of the Croft tomb in the chancel but as there were other people in that area I decided to leave it.
Timothy resting on his favourite shelf!
The tree I watch through the seasons.
I enjoyed watching several juvenile Pied Wagtails foraging round the caravan.
View to the front of the caravan.
There is a gentleman with a caravan further up the hill who really does have the most amazing little garden. He spends so much time lavishing attention on it. Here are a few pictures of the flowers there.
As we walked back to our caravan a Red Kite flew over. Sorry a really rubbish photo and not even worth cropping!
I hope everyone is staying safe and well.
All photos taken by me with the Panasonic FZ330 bridge camera.
Reference: Pevsner Buildings of England Herefordshire by Alan Brook and Nikolaus Pevsner, Yale University Press, 2012.