All Saints, Worlington, Suffolk - 28th September 2005

It was getting rather gloomy by the time I reached Worlington and the church was locked.  A fruitful walnut tree adds interest to the grave yard.  The north door is blocked.

Site of former chapel, Mildenhall, Suffolk - 28th September 2005 - MTC

The view from the north east.  The clerestory and south aisle are 15th century.

Site of former chapel, Mildenhall, Suffolk - 28th September 2005 - MTC

And the south east with the 13th century Decorated chancel.  Notice also the bell turret, a medieval relic where the sanctus bell would have hung.  The bell too survived, but in the Moyse Hall Museum in Bury.

Site of former chapel, Mildenhall, Suffolk - 28th September 2005 - MTC

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