” I believe that no country possesses so many towers that reach a really high standard of design as our own”
Churches in the East Midlands are part of its rich architectural heritage and provide a peaceful place for worship and reflection. Churches can also represent some of the most iconic and beautiful buildings in the Country. But why do they all have towers? This talk will be looking at some of those Church Towers and in particular looking at the reason for building them.
David Bond is Chairman of the Oundle Historical Society and by April will be the former Chairman of the Northants Gardens Trust. He was formerly a lecturer and section head at Peterborough Regional College. He is currently involved in the caring of the Churchyard Garden at St. Johns Stamford and is an ordained minister in the Church of England.