Another slightly failed attempt from today, but definitely on a return visit card. I almost wasn’t going to bother uploading these due to the distinct lack of pictures but from what I did manage to get shows what could have been an amazing explore.
Again, excuse the phone pictures… I didn’t dare get my camera out in the rain.
Here’s some history sourced from the wonderful world of webs.
Built in 1902-3 by Northampton architect Thomas Dyer, the Hope Methodist Church is a striking landmark on Higham Ferrers’ High Street. Marked out in East Northamptonshire Council’s own Conservation Area Appraisal as a building of merit, the church, which is notable for its exuberantly Gothic west end, has a powerful presence in its historically significant surroundings.