Today was a good one for taking time out to go for a drive and walk around nearby villages of Low and High Bradfield as it was cold, but dry and sunny.
|The village green in Low Bradfield always looks lovely with planters that are changed each season.|
|The Christmas tree had been put up.|
|the bowling green and pavilion|
|Church of St. Nicholas, High Bradfield from the top of Woodfall Lane|
|This house was called Heaven's House. It was an inn and then used as a registry office, vestry, school and post office.|
|The 18th century Watch House - only a few examples of this type of building now exist in Britain.|
|the churchyard gate|
|View down to Agden reservoir and over to the moors.|
|The mound in the distance, Castle Hill, was thought to have been a Saxon encampment.|
High Bradfield was formerly known as Kirkton and the village probably grew up
around the church and motte and bailey castle.