The Lady Chapel at Long Melford is a separate building, situated at the east end of the church. By itself is would easily be large enough as a parish church in its own right!
The south side. The church and chapel are contemporary. Inside, the building comprises a central room surrounded by aisles.
Here is the inside of the chapel, looking west from the altar. Notice the Chinese style Parliamentary Clock.
Here is the view looking east.
The south aisle.
The chapel has its own little pipe organ ......
...... and font (submerged under flowers!).
The ancient door into the chapel.
Here is the view from the east with the church behind.
The church, being a tourist attraction, is almost always open.
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