WE are still collecting photos of St Augustine’s Church for our Photo Challenge 2015 – these three were taken this month (March 2015) by Alan Galloway. Thanks Alan!
WITHOUT a doubt the most photographed public place in Hedon is the beautiful King of Holderness, the magnificent Church of St Augustine. On the Hedon Blog we take quite a few photos of the church which we use to accompany articles about it or events taking place there. […]
ULTRA-PURPLE LIGHTS have lit up St Augustine’s Church – known fondly as the ‘King of Holderness’ – casting an eerie blue glow across the ancient landmark! The strange lighting-effect is sure to interest curious residents and night-time visitors who will want to know what is going on…..?
What’s caught their attention? STONY FACES in the walls have caused a stir of excitement amongst the congregation of St Augustine’s Church in Hedon!
ST AUGUSTINE’S CHURCH provided Christmas cheer – and a Twirl! – on Saturday with its now annual and traditional festive Market.
… aka St Augustine’s Church, keeping a watchful eye over the Autumn Hedon landscape!
ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY TO CLIMB THE BELFRY at St Augustine’s Church presents itself on Saturday 25th June 2011 when the church opens for its fundraising Summer Spectacular. The earliest records about the church reveal that there were four bells in 1422. Two were added in the 18th Century, and […]
THE FACELIFT at St Augustine’s Church – the “King of Holderness” – has been completed according to an announcement by William Anelay Ltd, the experts responsible for the work at the grade 1 listed building.
“THE GOLDEN CHURCH” is a beautiful description of St Augustine’s when washed in sunlight from an Autumn dusk. The “King of Holderness” looks resplendent once again following its recent remedial work. You can help support the church by attending the Christmas Market there next Saturday, 20th November 2010.
ST AUGUSTINE’S CHURCH is having a facelift – as the observant amongst you will have noticed! The ten-week project, began at the beginning of the month and will involve roofing and masonry repairs. Some of the original carvings have been eroded over time and the work will involve […]
YORKSHIRE DAY celebrated in Hedon on Sunday 1st August 2010. The celebrations are held as a way of making people more aware of “all things Yorkshire” and the county’s proud history and traditional heritage. Hedon Town Council has invited civic guests from the whole of Yorkshire who will […]
ST AUGUSTINE’S BELFRY is open today as the “King of Holderness” Church starts its Midsummer Madness activities. The belfry chamber is reached via an extremely narrow spiral staircase – there is only enough room to walk single file up or down. There are two possible stops on the […]