There is a craft fair on at Lancing College this weekend, so I decided to combine a visit to that with a wander around the Lancing College Chapel. The Chapel's size, I may add, is bigger than some village churches. And a really magnificent building!
The College and Chapel are positioned high on a hill, but because of a very main road, it's impossible to to get a distance shot.
I started off by the route into the college for the craft fair..
and then into the Chapel itself. This is an amazing window and my picture doesn't do it justice.
The Huddlleston Memorial Window was given by the Huddleston Familily, the Friends of Lancing Chapel and Lancing College in memory of Bishop Trevor Huddleston CR OL.
Mel Howse created the window which was inspired by Trevor Huddleston's acclaimed book, 'Naught for your Comfort'. It is position inside the entrance 'lobby'
and then inside the main part of the building
This window is amazing and very high up!
Well, that was the morning. I hadn't been to Chichester Cathedral for a while so today's weather suggested it might be an appropriate time to go.
In the middle of the pedestrianised shopping area of the town, it's difficult to get far enough away for a decent picture and, as I've suggested, the weather, ergo the light, was dire!
A sculpture exhibition... not sure that it was to my taste, but some quite dramatic pieces.
Out into the Cloisters for a breath of fresh air. This is also where the cafe is located.. but I didn't visit today.
The wind really kicked off again and the skies darkened. Time to go home methinks... and tomorrow and Monday - gale force wind gusting to an anticipated 80 mph are forecast with heavy rain, and the risk of some flooding. Oh I do love the onset of winter.... NOT!