Noteable External Features
Although not on the same scale as some of the grander wool churches of Suffolk, examples of flint flushwork and chequerwork, castllated parapets, buttresses and crocketted pinnacles are among the external features of St Mary church, often referred to as the little sister of the grander St Peter and St Paul church at nearby Lavenham.
Internal Gems Awaiting Your Discovery ...
The most noteable artefact from the Medieval period is a small section of the rood screen, rescued from a local farm and restored. On one of its panels, an image of Edmund the Martyr holding an arrow, reputed by some to be Suffolk's best image of the martyr.
Also within the church is a two manual pipe organ made by Bishop & Son of Ipswich and London and which also appears in the National Pipe Organ Register.
The grand tower is home to eight bells, ranging in date from 1576 to 1985.
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