In one of the quietest parts of Mid Suffolk is a church that was built as a private chapel back in 1474/80 for Sir James Tyrrell the then Lord of the Manor at Gipping Hall which was demolished in the 1850s. Sir James Tyrrell was supposedly responsible for murdering the Princes in the tower under Richard III. Tyrrell was executed in 1502 for treason
Gipping itself is a tiny village, population under 100, that gives it name to the river that rises there and flows through Stowmarket and to Ipswich and the River Orwell and then out into the North sea.
The church was never a Parish church but has been cared for by trustees since 1743.
I just took a couple of quick photos as I was passing through the little hamlet
The walls are a chequer -board of knapped flint limestone and septaria, which is................................
the Suffolk Churches Website .
From the notice board I could see they have a service here once a month as part of a neighbouring parish.