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This sighting is in our gazetteer which can be viewed HERE
And has been added to our Flickr photographic archive which can be viewed HERE
This is one of a group of wonderful green men that can be found in All Saints the parish church of Sharrington a Grade I listed building. A church has been recorded here since the 13th century and All Saints’ parish church was once described as a “grand church of great local importance.“ The north and south aisles, transept and porch were taken down in the middle of the 18th century due to a significant reduction in the local population and the resulting loss of wealth.
Our book of the month for October is “The Spirit of the Green Man” by Mary Neasham:
About the Author
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Sally Priston’s work is based around nature, folklore and the changing seasons, she works in 2D in watercolour, ink and pencil generally, and also on wood, using pyrography. We are publishing one of her pictures around the first of each month from June 2013 until May 2014. If you would like to get in touch with Sally or would like to purchase any of her art please drop us a line at email@example.com