All Saints, Beyton, Suffolk - 27th September 2005

The church was locked.

All Saints, Beyton, Suffolk - 27th September 2005 - MTC

Apart from the tower (probably Saxon, although the top is 18th century) and porch, the majority of the church is a Victorian rebuild, the church having become very dilapidated by the early 19th century.  The architect for the nave was John Johnson of Bury.

Here is a view of the north side.

All Saints, Beyton, Suffolk - 27th September 2005 - MTC

And finally of the church from the north west, showing the massive buttresses on the round tower.

All Saints, Beyton, Suffolk - 27th September 2005 - MTC

On our way out of the village, we spotted a group of geese, idly drinking water from a pond on the road.  How could I resist a picture?

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