Related Churches within the area and contact information from external sources such as Crockfords can be found below.
Otley, St Mary the Virgin
St.Edmundsbury & IpswichWelcome to St Mary's. The present church was built in the 13th century in the gothic style. The tower houses a peal of six bells which are regularly rung for services. Notably, the vestry houses a full immersion baptistry which was installed by the Victorians. This can be viewed on ...
Hasketon, St Andrew
St.Edmundsbury & IpswichSt Andrew’s Church has been at the centre of this scattered village for over 900 years and is in regular use to this day. The church has seen many changes over the centuries, from late Saxon evidence in the nave, to the Reformation and the Victorian era, which saw the ...
Ashbocking, All Saints
St.Edmundsbury & IpswichThere is mention in the Doomsday Book (1086) of a Church with 19 acres of land at Ashbocking. The present Chancel dates from the 13th century, whilst the Nave is thought to have been built by John de Bocking in the time of Edward III.
Clopton, St Mary the Virgin
St.Edmundsbury & IpswichThis is a country church which is much loved by the small congregation. You are assured of a very warm welcome if you join us for a service.
Boulge, St Michael
St.Edmundsbury & IpswichSt Michael and All Angels is a beautiful little church, lying amids fields and woodland, surrounded by wild flowers in the churchyard. A church in Boulge was mentioned in the Domesday Book, probably a wood or wattle structure. A more permanent structure was subsequently erected and the oldest most significant ...
Burgh, St Botolph
St.Edmundsbury & Ipswich.
Swilland, St Mary
St.Edmundsbury & IpswichInteresting small church with unique tower and attractive reredos. Recent archeological inspection dates building from Saxon times
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