The Shelters Group, 12th January, 2015
Best Of British Group, 29th November 2015
St. Nicholas’ Church in the village of Wickham in Hampshire (UK) is
an example of a church built on a large mound almost circular in construction. It is believed that this particular mound had probably been sacred ground for centuries. In all probability St. Wilfrid dedicated a church here before 670AD. This present church was built by the Normans in 1120 with structural changes from the 13th century onwards until around the mid 19th century.
DEDICATED to Christians all over the world who love the Lord
Camera used: Nikon Coolpix E3200