• eye church, suffolk

    c14 tomb canopy, with figure of virgin of 1973 by lough pendred

  • yaxley church, suffolk

    tower early c14, rest c15 and c16, chancel and south porch 1868 by e.l.blackburne

  • yaxley church, suffolk

    lively bird quarries, late c14 maybe, in east window


  • yaxley church, suffolk

    tower early c14, rest c15 and c16, with a very fine north porch indeed of c.1480

  • yaxley church, suffolk

    c14 and c15 bits in east window, including quarries with butterfly and lion mask

  • yaxley church, suffolk

    the east window was filled with old glass when the chancel had been rebuilt in the c19; with some late c13, c14 and c17 glass backing c15 and c16 figures.


  • yaxley church, suffolk

    wooden angels over the reused c14 south door, probably part of the dismantled tomb of william yaxley, +1588, parts of which can be found all round the church

  • thornham magna, suffolk

    c14 church and tower, with c15 porch and fenestration

  • thornham magna, suffolk

    c14 church and tower, with c15 porch and fenestration


  • thornham magna, suffolk

    c14 church and tower, with c15 porch and fenestration

  • tostock church, suffolk

    the tower was begun around 1350 , the nave rebuilt c.1470

  • tostock church, suffolk

    the nave was rebuilt c.1470, with a flint and stone rough chequer and a little brick detail; the tower is c14


  • tostock church, suffolk

    green man on panel of the early c14 font, one of two hidden amongst the leaves

  • tostock church, suffolk

    early c14 font

  • tostock church, suffolk

    the south porch has two side windows of an original early c14 design. as the porch has the same chequer as the perp. nave, and as some brick packing has been used on both windows, these may be dec. windows reused in a perp. porch.


  • elmswell church, suffolk

    tower of 1476 and c15 porch and aisle all bear flushwork devices. the late c14 churchyard cross has an ornate original base, though its top and much of the church are victorian . there was a keyholder notice for access.

  • wetherden church, suffolk

    the upper tracery of the c14 east window contains some mediaeval glass amongst c19 fragments, with c14 angels, st. james and a good seated figure, as well as a group of c16 donors.

  • wetherden church, suffolk

    mish mash of mediaeval and victorian glass fragments successfully used to fill the tracery of the east window, with both c14 and c15 hands amongst the latin scrolls


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