PC #250: St. Editha’s Church, Tamworth, Staffordshire – Great Britain

Before anything else, let me recommend a nice site which opened my eyes to the difference between the UK, the Great Britain, etc. Because I’m kinda confused with the geography, or the division of countries in that region. http://www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/customs/questions/britain.html

Okay, this card is from Michael and it shows St. Editha’s Church located in Tamworth. The sender gave a very helpful information about Tamworth. He wrote that Tamworth is “100 miles north of London and is situated at the point where 2 rivers converge. The River Tame and the River Anker… Tamworth also has an old castle dating back to the 11th century. Sir Robert Peel who founded the Police Force in GB lived in Tamworth.” As for St. Editha, it’s the largest medieval parish church in Staffordshire. Thanks, Michael! Nice image of the church in winter.

St. Editha's Church

By the way, the card is neatly printed. The image is slightly embossed. Here’s the ‘royal’ stamp used:


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