Nacton, St Martin
Sedately and idyllically set to the south of its pretty estate village, near the great gates of Orwell Park
Falkenham, St Ethelbert
This secret and special place is tucked away in its lush churchyard, with lovely views eastwards towards the Deben.
Levington, St Peter
What a glorious setting! The view across the Orwell estuary is unforgettable and the simple charm of this church is so endearing.
Waldringfield, All Saints
A sequestered setting, about ½ mile south of the village centre, with lovely views over the Deben from its tree-shaded church-yard.
Hemley, All Saints
Enjoy lovely views towards Newbourne on one side and the Deben on the other, from the lane which leads just to tiny Hemley and to the marshes.
Bucklesham & Foxhall, St Mary
Set in a quiet and picturesque corner, away from the village centre, St Mary’s (which lost its square tower c.1770) has a distinctive wooden bell-turret and shingled spire, of 1878,
Newbourne, St Mary the Virgin
High-set at the heart of the village, eccentric and architecturally fascinating – this is a ‘gem’!
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