Leeds Castle

And nowEdit

it's time for us to say goodbye!
Amandajm (talk) 12:06, 10 April 2020 (UTC)

ContributionEdit

 
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For contribution to articles about churchesEdit

  The St Michael's and All Angels' Gong
Thanks etc

AJM's advice to new editorsEdit

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  • Read the captions of existent pictures, to see how yours should fit in.
  • Check the formatting, placement, context and caption before you leave the page by using the Show preview function, and again after saving.
  • Discuss If your picture seems to fill a real identifiable need in the article, but doesn't fit well, because of formatting or some other constraint, then put it on the talk page and discuss, before adding.
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To be used when requiredEdit

Photograph taken in a public location in the UK of a building on permanent public display, and exempt from copyright under Section 62 of the Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988 ("it is not an infringement of copyright to film, photograph, broadcast or make a graphic image of a building, sculpture, models for buildings or work of artistic craftsmanship if that work is permanently situated in a public place or in premises open to the public")

AbuseEdit

For use when necessary: WP:WQA

Amandajm (talk) 07:34, 1 June 2012 (UTC)

Templates for formatting galleriesEdit

Windows
The Resurrection window, St Andrew's Cathedral
The East window of St Mary's, Chilham


Some FAs to which I have contributedEdit

Articles for which I am the major contributorEdit

"All the world's a stage,
and all the men and women merely players:
they have their exits and their entrances;
and one man in his time plays many parts..."

As You Like It, Act II, Scene 7, 139–42[1]

articles followed by ** are those I created

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  • *indicates major contributor, ** indicates I began the article

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Contributions to ChristianityEdit

(added bits)

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The human conditionEdit

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Wells et al. 2005, 666