Walcot and the spire of St Michaels Without.
Which means (originally) outside the city wall. When l realised that, it brought whole new meaning to the Easter hymn, ‘There is a green hill far away without a city wall.’ There was l thinking it didn’t have one!
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Freelance Journalist, broadcaster, columnist and local historian. Director of Bath Newseum. Married and lives in Bath.
Interested in local history, architecture and visual display in museums and urban spaces.
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