A first visit for Dorset Camera to this Dorset market town.
Walking along East Street towards the town centre with Wimborne Minster prominent on the sky line.
This old brick building is next to the Methodist Church. We were fascinated by all the different phases of work and lack of horizontal lines of bricks.
Wimborne Minster. The majority of the church as seen today was built by the Norman’s between 1120 and 1180. The church is dedicated to St Cuthburga.
The old free Grammar School of Queen Elizabeth I. This building dates from 1849. See the plaque below for more history.
The green outside the Minster.
The High Street.
On the corner of the town square looking down West Borough.
The Greenwich time clock on the corner of High Street and King Street.
The corner of Poole Road and Leigh road.
Turnpike cottage on Leigh Road.
February 2015 - Some new pictures of Wimborne Minster. The church is dedicated to St Cuthburga.
February 2015 - A closer view of the tower.
February 2015 - The Minster and War Memorial.
February 2015 - The approach to the Minster from the High Street.
February 2015 - The town square.