St david

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St David in Cambridge | by Lawrence OP Architecture, Christians, Art, Saints, Saint David Of Wales, St Davids Cathedral, St David, Saint David, Life Of Christ

St David of Wales or Dewi Sant, was a saint of the Celtic Church. He was the son of Sandde, Prince of Powys, and Non, daughter of a Chieftain of Menevia whose lands included the peninsula on which the little cathedral town of St David's now stands. St David is thought to have been born near the present town of St David's. The ruins of a small chapel dedicated to his mother, Non, may be seen near St. David's Cathedral David became the Abbot of St David's and died on 1st March 589. An account…

Wyck Rissington stained glass by James Powell and Sons 1921. St David Art, Christ, Antiques, Saints, Paul The Apostle, St Davids Cathedral, Stained Glass Church, St David, Saint David

Wyck Rissington lies a few miles south of Stow-on-the-Wold just off the Fosse Way. In contrast to it's neighbour Bourton on the Water, Wyck Rissington seems a tranquil haven lost in time. Wyck is a Saxon term for an outlying farm while Rissington refers to a hill covered in brush. The village sprawls along a broad village green for a mile or more with houses set far back from the roadside. A beautiful collection of Cotswold cottages and farms meander past the village pond and down to the…