5. The Village of Lund
Scenes from the Yorkshire Wolds, East Riding
All Saints Church in the village of Lund in the old 'East Riding', South Yorkshire.
The top of the west tower, Perpendicular architectural style, of All Saints Church including some medieval heads. Most of the church was rebuilt between 1845 to 1853.
The remains of the old cross, stone trough and water pump on the village green of Lund village.
A Wet grey day but a warm and friendly welcome in The Wellington Inn - good pub grub - bar meals!
After a good bar meal in the local village pub, The Wellington Inn, we then enjoyed an excellent Baroque Chamber music concert in the Beverley Early Music Festival in All Saints Church, Lund. The Norman font in the foreground is a square and nicely carved with carved faces and rounded corners.
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