New Rural Finger Post Signs For Pointing The Way To Our Historical Country Churches
We have some of the most most beautiful old churches in Europe, so It's about time that we had attractive signs to highlight their existence.
A beautiful Norman country church in a sleepy English village.
This church has remained unchanged for 1000 years. I was christened here back in the 1960's, had my school nativities & family weddings & funerals here. 8 members of my family are buried here so it is & always will be a very special place to me.
Our traditional finger post signs could help point the way from our villages to the many historical Norman & Saxon Churches throughout the English countryside
This is St Peters Church at Ardingly in Sussex which has stood here for the last 1000 years & like many beautiful historical country churches is now because of the impact of the plaugue at least a half mile distance from where the village is today These classic examples of post crusader knight Templer architecture are worthy of having the addition of attratractive finger posts signs installed as they would be far more in keeping in areas of outstanding natural beauty such as here in the Loder Valley which is just a stones through from the world famous Wakehurst Place Royal Botanic Kew Gardens.
A simple all hardwood finger post sign saying 13th Century Church 1/2 Mile would be the making of any English village for it's church is at the very heart of any rural community
I was christened here at St Peters Church Ardingly back in the 1960's & the church is as beautiful today as it was then. My parants are burried here so it remains to me a very special place. My school was only yards away situated along this beautiful narrow windy country lane high above the Loder Valley that is part of the famous Wakehurst Estate
They built these beautiful historical churches for the creation of a new Jeruselam here in our green & pleasant land & now it falls to our generation to look after them
We would be very keen to see an established programme set up to see our signs being used for directing the vast number of tourists from all over the world who would be very interested in exploring our beautiful Norman & Saxon Chuches.