I don’t know if Colchester is a typically or untypically ungodly example of modern urban Britain, but of the three churches open last Friday one had been converted into a museum, one into a shop and the third, although still functioning, had the air of a place little visited and less loved. Although it’s clearly being used by someone. I took this photograph at the bottom of the stairs leading up to a sort of dusty gallery, used, like this vestibule, for storage.

Note the writing to the right of the door.

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