There are 9 photo albums.
Flower Festival 2015 (45 photos)
Photos from our successful 'Famous People' festival weekend, 26-28 June 2015. Photos courtesy of Shirley Kevern (St Neots and District Camera Club)
Patronal Festival BBQ 2013 (4 photos)
Barbecue held in the churchyard to celebrate the Patronal Festival - September 2013.
Visit to Vellore, India. (39 photos)
In January 2012, Catherina Griffiths and our then curate, the Revd Sarah Gower, were among a party of 9 representatives from Ely Diocese and Cambridge Ecumenical Council to visit Vellore, South India to witness the re-signing of the covenant between the two dioceses.
Furstenwalde Choir Visit 2012 (7 photos)
Georg Popp, organist and choirmaster of Furstenwalde Cathedral, Germany, brought a Youth Choir to perform at St Marys Church in July 2012. The boys stayed at St Marys School while the girls were billeted with families in the parish.
Flower Festival June 2013 (70 photos)
A Celebration of Marriage - our wonderfully successful flower festival. The photographs with titles are copyright, Ursula C Franklin and reproduced by permission
The Rowley Memorial (27 photos)
Wonderful photos by the sculptor and restorer James Elliott of the extraordinary late 19thC memorial in the chancel to members of the Rowley family. The following paragraph about the newly unveiled memorial appeared in the Guardian for 22 November 1893:
'A remarkable monument has lately been placed in the chancel of St. Neots church, Huntingdonshire, by Mr. Frederick Walters, architect, of Great Queen-street, Westminster; Mr. Earp, of Lambeth, whoso lamented death occurred a few weeks ago, being the sculptor. The tomb rises from the chancel floor nearly to the roof, a height of 27ft. A correspondent writes :— "It might, perhaps, be objected that there is too great an absence of horizontal lines in Mr. Walter's design, but to this it owes so much of it attraction that one is little inclined to question the judgment of an architect who has seized one of the chief elements of beauty in the French Gothic without being tempted to depart in the smallest detail of enrichment from the best originals of his own land." Tho monument is to the memory of Mr. and Mrs. Rowley, the recumbent alabaster figure of Mrs. Rowley resting upon a slab of black Belgian marble. Upon it Mr. Earp spent much of his time during the last two years of his declining health, and he had only just completed it when he died'.
The stained glass windows (18 photos)
Stained glass windows, mostly by Hardman Powell of Birmingham. Mid - late 19th century. One window (Christ before Pilate) is by Kemp and three are by Clayton and Bell. The photographs are by Stephen Day
Windows and carvings (21 photos)
Some of our stained glass and amazing roof carvings, seen close up during restoration work in 2009
Ann Williams' trip to Africa (21 photos)
Some photographs from Ann's trip to Africa