Holy Trinity Church Barsham with Shipmeadow

"The exterior of this building is the most beautiful of any small church in Suffolk.  The most striking feature is at the east end. Here, like an extension of the window, an extraordinary flint lattice spreads across the face of the wall. It has been variously dated as anything between the early 12th century and the late 19th century; Clive Hart, in his excellent book East Anglian Flushwork, dates it as 16th Century. It is most unusual; there's nothing exactly like it anywhere else in Suffolk, Near the south porch sits a memorial to one of the famous names associated with Barsham. Adrian Bell was the finest author to write books about Suffolk in the 20th century, particularly Corduroy and Silver Ley. He was the father of the white-suited former Independent MP, Martin Bell". (see-http://www.suffolkchurches.co.uk/barsham.html)

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Barsham with Shipmeadow

A service of Sung Eucharist, with elements from Martin Shaw's folk mass.

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