Above left, and a gargoyle at the top of the tower at Yaxley, near to Peterborough struggles with the cold on a freezing cold early February morning. Above middle and a creaming figure from Luddington In The Brook, East Northants. To the right of that, and from the same county, a superbly crafted piece of work from the impressive church at Kings Cliffe. Below left, and those starlings get everywhere! This gargoyle is fromBury near to Ramsey in Cambridgeshire. The other two are both from Rutland. Below centre is from beautiful Exton. This gargoyle certainly can't be described as beautiful though, open mouthed, gap toothed and eyes bulging, this gargoyle is clasping a book in its left hand. Most miserable looking gargoyle on this page goes to the one pictured below right, from Oakham.