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Gallery 5 - views of Nolay

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This gallery is for photographs of our twin town - Nolay.

nolay square
nolay square
rue d ewelme from above
rue de ewelme
street naming ceremony
Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 July 2012 16:28

Gallery 4 - Views Of Ewelme

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Views of Ewelme

Photos by Terry Allsop

Two Gentlemen Kings Pool
Two Gentlemen Kings Pool©2010 Terry Allsop
Two Gentlemen Kings Pool
Almshouses from Church Tower
Entrance to Almshouses
Almshouses Courtyard
Watercress Beds
Ewelme from Rabbit Hill
Watercress Beds
Cottage over the Ford
Ewelme from Rabbit Hill
The Church from Parsons Lane
Ewelme from pathway
The Church in Winter
The Church in Spring
Huntinglands in Autumn
Winter Scene
Winter Scene 2
Churchyard in Winter
Churchyard Lamp
The Manorhouse
The Manorhouse and Church
The Churchyard
Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 July 2012 16:23

Gallery 3 - Views from the Church Tower

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Views from the Church Tower - 7th March 2009

Photos by Greg Warland and Chris Jenkins


©2009 Greg Warland and Chris Jenkins


Last Updated on Saturday, 16 February 2013 17:45

Gallery 2 - The Church

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Various views of the Church - copied from previous website


Chaucer tomb
Chaucer tomb
Alice recumbent showing Order of the Garter on left arm
Alice's tomb
Almshouses and Schoolhouse
Chaucer tomb
Church 1
Church 2
Church 3
Church Snow 1
Church Snow 2
Church and Almshouses
Churchyard south west
Ewelme 3
Ewelme 5
Ewelme 6
High Altar
St Johns Chapel


Last Updated on Sunday, 14 November 2010 23:28

Gallery 1 - The Village

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Various views from around Ewelme - copied from previous website.


The Almshouses
The Almshouses© Carol Sawbridge
The Almshouses
Days Cottage
Ewelme - From Rabbits Hill
Fields End
The Flemish Arch
Fords Farm
Fords Farm
Saffron House
Ewelme School
Swyncombe Hill
The Common towards Ewelme Down House
Towards The Pottery


Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 November 2010 23:21
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Your new pavilion

The results are in...

200+ preferred a traditional style and 50+ preferred the modern. There were many, many constructive comments which the PC is now collating into a report to be issued very shortly.

Someone has already borrowed the bulldozer!