VILLAGE VIEWS by CHRIS BEHAN

The photographs on this page are by author and photographer Chris Behan, of Little Street, Sulgrave,  who has kindly offered to undertake a “roving commission” with a view to providing this website with images of the village and its residents on a regular basis.

Before moving on to the photographs, please click here to enjoy Chris’ video interpretation of the changing seasons as seen across Madam’s Close towards Sulgrave Manor.

Comments on any of the photographs will be welcome. Please go to “Leave a Reply” at the foot of this page.

 

Snowdrops herald spring and welcome visitors to Sulgrave. 24th February 2017

(See how the now long gone elm trees once welcomed visitors to the village. Early 1970s).

Is a house sale the same as a car boot sale? 28th January 2017

Park Lane wall repaired. 28th January 2017

“Not ewe again!” 21st January 2017

“Misty Cross Roads.” 21st January 2017

“First snowdrops of the year, Churchyard”. 21st January 2017

Castle Hill and Church in Morning Mist.” 21st January 2017

“In the Spotlight” (Mumford’s Van) 13th January 2017

“Open All Hours” (Mumford’s Van). 13th January 2017

Castle Hill and the Church of St James. 13th January 2017

The Star Inn, Manor Road. 13th January 2017

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Supermoon” over Little Street. 13th November 2016

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Supermoon” over Sulgrave’s old railway embankment. 13th November 2016

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Manor Road, Sulgrave. 3rd November 2016

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Sulgrave Village Shop. 3rd November 2016

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Following in father’s footsteps. 2nd November 2016

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Fleet Farm Housing Site. 2nd November 2016

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Halloween. 2nd November 2016

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Madam’s Close and Sulgrave Manor. 1st November 2016

See here for a 1972 picture of the entrance to Madam’s Close from Little Street, including the magnificent elm tree which stood in the centre of the close until succumbing to Dutch Elm Disease a few years later.

 

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One Response to “VILLAGE VIEWS by CHRIS BEHAN”

  1. Libbie Foster says:

    Absolutely Fabulous!

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