WINNER: THE LITTLE PONDS OF BINED GREEN/ASHURST-MY VILLAGE/MY LOCALITY GALLERIES
Another bloom that had not been caught by last week's snowfall
A A PRETTY CORNER OF HENFIELD
WINNER : Home & Garden/Minus 7 Degrees Today at Home
Icy cobwebs festoon the roof of the well
A SEA KALE
On the Shoreham Beach Nature Reserve
WINTER DECORATIONS DETAIL
JOINT WINNER : TRAVEL/HUNGARY/BUDAPEST'S ADVENT MARKETS GALLERY
Budapest Advent Market
WINNER : SUSSEX-MY LOCALITY/NORTH STOKE GALLERY
The entrance porch can just be seen beyond.
Carved on to the cornerstone, fifth up from ground level, is a medieval mass dial. In the days before church clocks existed these were used to denote when it was time for the church services to begin.
WINNER : Travel/Europe Holiday/Austria Sept 2008/Dorfgastein Galleries/Bits 'n' Pieces
in Dorfgastein gallery
The bridge was opened in 1921.
A previous bridge was built on the site in 1819, and was originally known as Queen Street Bridge. It was then notable for having the longest cast iron span, 240 feet, ever made. The bridge was a financial failure and closed in the late 1800s because it attracted very little vehicular traffic as other nearby bridges were toll-free, and it suffered from approaches that were too steep for horses drawing loads.
The current bridge is a Grade II listed structure.