LAST week’s church was of course, St Oswald’s in Horton-in-Ribblesdale, and was correctly identified by Caroline Thompson, who was baptised, confirmed and married there. Also, both Margaret Askew and Mary Slater, Langcliffe, knew the church well.

Eagle-eyed readers will have noticed that the church, in its lovely situation with its backdrop of Penyghent, appeared in this column back in the summer.

Its vicar, the Rev Stephen Dawson, of the parish of Langcliffe with Stainforth and Horton, spotted it of course, and sent us in a wonderful picture of the church taken during the recent Cold Moon behind it (see Letters page).

The church, built in 1152, is on the usual route taken by walkers of the Yorkshire Three Peaks - Penyghent, Whernside and Ingleborough.

It has many interesting architectural features unique to the Dales, particularly its Norman doorway and tub font with herringbone decoration.

What about this entrance in a well known and interesting landmark in the Dales? Suggestions by 8am on Monday to: