Holbrook, All Saints
All Saints is a grade II* listed thirteenth-century church. It is situated in the thriving village of Holbrook and commands a beautiful position towards the end of the village.
The southern tower – which attracts an active team of bell-ringers -adjoins a considerable nave. The Tudor south aisle contains a handsome memorial to Judge John Clench, Ipswich’s first Judge'.
Woolverstone, St Michael and All Angels
St Michael’s, is the largest of the five church buildings in the Benefice, and was originally the estate church and is often referred to as ‘the Church in the Park’. It is a beautiful church is a stunning location.
In the 1860’s Sir George Gilbert Scott rebuilt the chancel and in 1889 the nave was rebuilt by J P St Aubyn. The parapet and pinnacles are typical of him and surmount what is still basically a 15th century tower. The 15th century porch has survived this upheaval.
The church is open daily.
Freston, St Peter's
St Peter's, Freston is a beautiful church with incredible history situated in the equally beautiful and small village of Freston. Freston lies close to the River Orwell and the church itself is situated in the lovely Suffolk countryside.
Wherstead, St Mary's
St Mary’s Church is situated on a private farm road. The church boasts magnificent views of the river Orwell. There has been a church on this site from as early as 1086. The Church building was completely restored at the beginning of the twentieth century.
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