A Grand Spell of Sunshine - The Life and Legacy of Francis FrithA Grand Spell of Sunshine - The Life and Legacy of Francis Frith

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Work on Lichfield Cathedral began in the late 12th century, and took about 150 years to complete, though additional work was undertaken during the 15th century. The three stone spires are known as the Ladies of the Vale. The cathedral was badly damaged during the Civil War: the central spire was all but destroyed, and much of the building was left roofless.

Memories of Lichfield, the Cathedral c1953

First of many visits to Lichfield which led to my affection with this city, that my fther had spent time in during his RAF days at Lichfield Drome in 1942. Many friends and contacts were made here. A lovely place! There are many changes now in 2006. John Yarnall, Rugeley.

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