The tower soars 109 feet above the town
This is the approach to the church up the hill from the town
The North Porch is patterned with flints
One of the memorials dating from the 1620's to a prominent weaver and tanner in the town at that time.
Magnificent painted organ pipes
These modern cloth panels stitched to celebrate the Millenium show the history of the town
The font is rather special as it shows the seven sacraments, set in rays and dating from the C15. A reminder that the history of Anglian churches was once Catholic.
On the churches website it say that the font decoration may have survived Puritan destruction because it had been plastered over and then rescued later.
And finally the reason for this church's mention in the 100 treasures book is this. A huge collection of the churches treasures from craftsmen over the last 400 years.
The book says that "the latest security technology has enabled these to be displayed" . I didn't dare get too close in case it set off an alarm!
More about the church HERE