About Us

Our church is currently CLOSED to visitors except for services, as we begin a reorganisation project that will see our bells rehung, a toilet and servery installed and the font moved.

Our fine medieval church is unusual among Suffolk churches, because it dates mainly from the 13th and early 14th centuries. Importantly, there are interesting wall paintings for which we have undertaken an ambitious conservation programme. (These paintings remind us that the walls were probably extensively covered with paintings before the Reformation.) We have a well maintained churchyard, remembrance garden, wild flower and meadow grass areas. Over 50 species of plants have been revealed following a recent survey by Suffolk Wildlife Trust.