Divine providence

      There we were cruising along, me driving and the Boss in the turret, when we see Providence Chapel. Rebuilt in 1873, obviously, and we're now trying to find out what happened to the original.
      Fire, plague, flood or pestilence? Maybe it was simply a bigger building to house a burgeoning congregation, after all Fenland is an area that embraced non-conformism with real vigour.
      No matter, it is an example of lovely austere detail: a minimalistic but lovely plaque, nice bricklaying and and the flower shaped ventilator is a treat. The heads of the brick pillars are rather understated too. As you know we like a bit of the Victorian but we're not sure about those UPVC windows.
     Never mind they'll keep the congregation even warmer during the hellfire and brimstone sermons.