Museum Staff are seen here leaving the building for the last time as it closes for refurbishment. Some will be back when it reopens but for others this could be goodbye.
Here Lyeth Y Body of Thomas Allen in St Helen’s Churchyard.
Long before Halloween came to represent dressing up, begging, and the threat of vandalism, it meant All Hallows’ Eve (Halloween) or the night before All Saints’ (Hallows’) Day – the day when Christians used to celebrate those who had gone on to become saints.
Long before Halloween there were older traditions. For example, at this time of year the Celtic festival of Samhain marked the night when the lighter half of the year gave way to the darker. On such a night, it was believed, that the division between this side of the grave and the other could weaken and break down … Wiki has more
This view of the Old Gaol from Bridge Street has seen no change since it was first revealed by demolishing part of the Old Police Station back in April.
What is apparant is that Twickenham House is surrounded by scaffolding and is having the roof done. There will be pedestrian access to the Old Gaol from Twickenham House – which forms part of the complex.
A hydraulic breaker continue to pound the ground where the swimming pool once was, trying to find the rubber brick!!!
The Freewheeling Halloween ride left the Market Place at around 7:15 this evening on a ride of about 15 miles. The instructions were to dress up as your favourite ghoul, zombify your bike, and bring cycle lights.
We had our first ever trick or treaters this evening – that is after living in West St Helen Street for five years. We used to get lots on the Tithe Farm estate.