A Letter from Nantwich update

September 2008

Lights are fine

 

THE new lights in the churchyard have now received their new-look - manly a coat of black paint, but also some embellishments which give them a more fitting appearance for their location. It just shows that it is often best to hold back on comments in some cases. Or, to put it another way - "Don't shout before you are hurt!" 

   The lights now look just like the others around the town centre.

The base of a light

A decorative collar

Two of the new lights

One of the lights against a background of sandstone pinnacles.

   (Picture: Alderman Doug Butterill)

One of the lights in a view towards the Well and the West door

Welsh Row lights

NEW street lights have been installed in Welsh Row. Like those near to the church, the standards on which the new lanterns have been hung are painted black to give them an "old feel". The picture below, right was taken by Paul Simpson. My thanks to him.

 

 

 

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