The Assassination of Harry Taylor

Bishops Sedgecester, Kent- 8th December 1980. 08:30AM GMT The snow fell onto the small village of Bishops Sedgecester in Kent, turning it into a traditional Christmas card image. The leaves were off their trees and the Christmas lights were on the picturesque houses, which were shrouded in mist. Slightly set back from the road andContinue reading “The Assassination of Harry Taylor”

The Vicar’s Meditation

Deep in the heart of Lower Strangling’s infamous and unique Botanic Garden, lied a small rectangular courtyard. It had a pond and a lawn, with beautiful borders filled with colour on either side, and its own sundial. It is here, where the Reverend Simon Abernathy liked to sit underneath one of the duck egg blueContinue reading “The Vicar’s Meditation”