Been a very enjoyable Easter.
First I went on Good Friday to Trafalgar Square to watch the Christs Passion performed by the Wintershall players. Quite amazing and worth standing in the cold for 2 1/2 hours!
Then on Saturday went to Guildford and visited the catherdal - the first to be built in England since the reformation. Then did a 18 mile waly along the Wey Navigation to Wintersall where they do outside plays of Christ in the summer, and then back to Guildford - a lovely sunny but cold day.
On Easter Monday went to Longfield, near Dartford, to do an 8 mile walk to several Norman churches and in the final stages came to my ultimate goal, Our Lady of Hartley church. This has to be the most amazing place in south-east England. A 15 th century thatched barn, - a Roman Catholic shrine and church. Quite beautiful with open beams and thatch. Walked the Rosary and lit a candle to Our Lady, then walked back to the rail station and sat in the sun in a local Nature Reserve and had a late lunch! A truly amazing day.