Stoke-by-Nayland, St Mary, Stoke-by-Nayland
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One of Suffolk's fine 'Wool' churches, its tower dominates the surrounding area for many miles. Decorated outside, its interior has an austere grandeur.From its Saxon-Norman origins the present perpendicular building dates mainly from the 1300's and late 1500's.Entrance is through a well preserved oak door covered with a Tree of Jesse. Its fine long nave has an oak arch braced tie beam roof. There is an octagonal font, numerous brasses and two major Memorials dating from the 1600's to Sir Francis Mannock and Lady Helen Windsor.
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