Church of England Diocese of St.Edmundsbury & Ipswich Little Waldingfield

Facilities and features

Click on the tags below to learn more about each.

Accessibility

There is on street parking adjacent to the church, but there is no church car park or public village car park.

There is level access to the Church from the pavement at the gate in Church Road through the south door.

The hearing loop is designed to serve all of the interior of the Church.


Our Building

The Church building is Listed Grade I


Music and Worship

The Church is a fairly large medieval Church of England building that can be used for concerts.

The organ was originally built for St Mary the Less, Thetford in 1809 by Joseph Hart. St May the Less became redundent in the 1980s, and the instrument was purchased by St Lawrence and refurbished and installed by Peter Bumpstead in 1989.
More information can be found at this web site: http://www.lavenderaudio.co.uk/organs/ltw/

A service of Holy Communion using the Book of Common Prayer is held at 08:00 on the fouth Sunday of April and July.


Groups, Courses and Activities

There are three medieval brasses in the Church: John Colman of 1506, Robert Appleton of 1526 and John Wyncoll of 1544. More information about these can be found in the Guidebook.


Help for Visitors

Guidebooks and postcards are available on the tables at the west end of the nave.

The Church is open from dawn to dusk every day.


Other Features

The Church Stands in the Little Waldingfield Conservation Area, details of which can be found at this web site.
http://babergh.gov.uk/assets/Conservation-Area-Appraisals/LtWaldingfield2007CAA.pdf