Clippesby Church and Countryside Norfolk Background-page-doubled monthly-header October-ver copy copy Clippesby churchyard with part of tithe barn Reverse side of carved cross, Clippesby churchyard Carved cross (2) with Rectory in background Welcome to St Peter's Clippesby H Muskett memorial cross, Clippesby churchyard March celandines, Clippesby churchyard Intricate carving in Clippesby churchyard Clippesby churchyard memorial stone A country churchyard - St Peter's Clippesby

A walk round Clippesby churchyard on a sunny March morning

Round and octagonal tower of Clippesby Church Going round the east corner

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Churchyard primroses last week in March Churchyard primroses at Clippesby

By the end of March (2014) . . .    primsroses everywhere . . .

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By the end of May . . .    flowers, bees and birds . . .


. . . moles and other small mammals. . .

Rev Rivett's cross by back gate Sycamor-laden-with-keys

August 2014

Grass has been strimmed again.

Sycamore  looks stressed

from the many very hot days

Ferns along the north-facing wall
Primroses and daffodils at the foot of the Round T Clippesby Church path and gate in March Primroses round the base of Clippesby's Round Tower Church Clippesby churchyard  hyacinth East corner of Clippesby Church and churchyard

A fern grows all along the shady outer wall

Clippesby churchyard corner

Click here for video of the Churchyard on Easter Sunday, 5th April, 2015

Enjoy the flowers and birdsong even though the day turned out cold and grey.

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April into the beginning of May, 2015

. . .    primroses, bluebells, celandines and forget-me-nots. . .

Featuring the unforgettable drifts of forget-me-nots . . .

Herb Robert growing out

of the water butt

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