We spent the afternoon driving round Derbyshire. All the little towns were full of people enjoying the last of the summer. Here's the 13th century bridge at Bakewell, where they make the tarts.
And here's Holy Trinity church at Ashford-in-the-Water. The tower is early 13th century, and the rest a Victorian rebuild.
Holy Trinity contains this treasure- the tympanum from the original Norman church. The 13th century builders reused in a wall and the Victorians recovered it and stuck it back more or less where it belongs. It shows the Tree of Life- or the True Vine- menaced by a pig and a wolf.
Finally here's some typical Derbyshire hill country somewhere near Tideswell