Probably the best village in Suffolk
The present building has many 13th century exterior featues and was built on the site of an ealrier saxon church with a saxon coffin being found at the base of the tower.
Prior to the reformation the church was the posession of the great Benedictine Abbey at Bury St Edmunds. Although many features were destroyed during the 16th and 17th centuries.careful restoration has meant some can still be enjoyed today.
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