A view of the church from the road. The original building was substantially destroyed by fire in 1869 and rebuilt by Sir Arthur Blomfield, the tower surviving from the previous church.
Here is the view from the north.
And a final view of the south side showing the large south transept.
Here is a final view, showing the very attractive village sign located by the road in front of the church, which I found locked, although key holders were listed. Time did not permit me to explore the interior, which is a shame because it contains one of the best collections of Arts and Crafts stained glass in East Anglia.
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