U3A PHOTOGRAPHY GROUP VISIT NUNNEY CASTLE

Members of Crewkerne U3A’s photography group visited Nunney Castle near Frome in Somerset. The picturesque moated castle is Medieval and dates back to the 1370s. It was built in the late 14th Century by Sir John Delamere and reputed to have been funded by profits of his involvement in the Hundred Years War. A lengthy war which saw a series of conflicts between the Plantagenet rulers of England and the House of Valois, who ruled France circa 1337-1453.

The digital photography group1 from Crewkerne U3A also visited the nearby village of Mells and its parish church of St Andrews. The photography group holds regular daytime meetings on the third Thursday of every month. New members are always welcome. For more information please email the membership secretary Dave Charnick, via the contact link on the organisation’s website www.u3asites.org.uk/crewkerne.

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