Since services and public access were suspended the church has been visited on a weekly basis. The church is still dressed for Lent, as it was when we closed. Inside it is calm and very quiet; all is well.
The only movement is the light reflected through the windows onto floors and walls.
It is a good job that there were plenty of pancakes available! The scene was set; mugs, tea and coffee ready, fillings ready and then the pancakes went out. It was a good chance to catch up and enjoy ourselves before the start of Lent.
On a cold Friday morning a small group gathered to welcome Bury Associates, from Worcester and watch them fly a drone around the spire. The survey will give us precise details about the faults and issues.
(You can see more, including video footage on our Facebook page: St Peters Bengeworth.)