A visit to the old 14th century Priory which is now under the care of the National Trust.
On the left is the house and the Hall is to the right of the entrance arch. The house is lived in and closed to the public. The hall is uninhabited know and can be entered.
This view shows the entrance archway to the yard.
On the left of the entrance are the old stables.
The medieval barn.
A short walk around the quarry area of Ham Hill on damp Saturday morning.
The modern stone circle created by the millennium project.
This view shows the stone circle and gives a feel for the quarrying that must have been done here over the centuries.
A very atmospheric sky over the village.
Lots of photography going on.
Wild carrot flower heads.
More dried flower heads.
I think these are more carrot flowers.
A quick snap of a pausing mountain biker.