Farm next to the parking lot in Low Bradfield:
Our walk started right here:
Yorkshire truly IS beautiful, isn't it:
Coming up towards St. Nicholas:
The view from just outside the church:
When we arrived, service had just ended, but only a few people were leaving - everybody was still standing around, chatting, taking refreshments and generally creating a very welcoming atmosphere. One elegant gentleman greeted us and gave us a leaflet with some information about the building and the community.
According to wikipedia, there are only five Grade One Listed buildings in Sheffield - this church is one of them. The original building dates back to the year 1109, but what you see today, is a mixture of 14th century masonry, 15th century interior and massive restauration in the 1840s.
Because the church was full of people, I did not take any pictures from the inside, but you can find some on the internet, if you are interested.
The next part of our walk took us out in the open countryside, as you will see in one of my next posts.