The parish of
located 60 miles north of London and 7 miles north west of
Bedford in the county of Bedfordshire.
The parish is almost
entirely encircled by the River Ouse with access to the north by
an early 19C bridge and to the south by a mid 18C bridge. The
parish has a
Hall and an early C13
The total population of the parish is approx. 737 people.
took this photograph of lightening as a thunderstorm
passed over Felmersham in the early hours of Friday 18th
July 2014. During the day the temperature soared to 29
An open air Holy Communion service was held at Hall Farm,
Radwell on Sunday 20th July 2014. Prior to the
Reformation, and probably later, Radwell had a church
dedicated to St James possibly on the site of the barn in
the background. However by 1608 services were no longer
held in the church. The Feast of St James the Apostle is
on 25 July. More info in Felmersham - The History of a
Riverside Parish pages 81 - 84 and pages 108, 109. The
photograph shows the Revd. Thomas Sander (centre) and
Revd. Robert Evens.