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Rye

Location: Rye, UK

Rye is a lovely town & I have in no way done it justice. You'll get a bit of an idea though.

Tearooms tucked away down a little alley.

15th century pub called the Bell Inn.

High Street. Quite busy & typically one way traffic.

Looking up towards the High Street

Another of St Mary the Virgin's churches. It may seem like we have a bit of a fixation with old churches but that's not the case at all. There's just so many of them. I wasn't going to bother with a photo here but I found out that the church celebrated it's 900th birthday in 2003 so I thought I'd better.

This is Grammar School Records where Dave could have spent thousands on rare vinyl. The building itself is also something special with amazing brick work & it stands out from the others around it. I think it was built in the 1600s.

This is the clock above the churches entry. I thought this was a bit tacky but found out inside the church that this clock is one of the oldest still working in England, having been built in 1561. The face is obviously new as are the figures on top. Inside the church though are the original Quarter Boys, as they are called.



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15th century pub called the Bell Inn.

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Tearooms tucked away down a little alley.

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Looking up towards the High Street

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High Street. Quite busy & typically one way traffic.

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This is Grammar School Records where Dave could have spent thousands on rare vinyl. The building itself is also something special with amazing brick work & it stands out from the others around it. I think it was built in the 1600s.

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Another of St Mary the Virgin's churches. It may seem like we have a bit of a fixation with old churches but that's not the case at all. There's just so many of them. I wasn't going to bother with a photo here but I found out that the church celebrated it's 900th birthday in 2003 so I thought I'd better.

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This is the clock above the churches entry. I thought this was a bit tacky but found out inside the church that this clock is one of the oldest still working in England, having been built in 1561. The face is obviously new as are the figures on top. Inside the church though are the original Quarter Boys, as they are called.