The picture below is from the Suffolk churches website, my exterior photo wasn't very good
A wide light large church for a large and very old village, one of only a dozen or so Suffolk churches to have a spire.
This is just a quick tour of the church, many more photos and information HERE on the Suffolk Churches website
This wording over the door is interesting
This house right beside the church has unusual paintings in the mock windows
Woolpit was just a couple of miles from where I lived as a child and we all knew the story of "The Green Children"
The two green children, who climbed out of the ground, speaking a strange language and afraid of the sunlight. The boy died soon after, but the girl grew up and married; she learned to speak English, and told of St Martin's Land, from where she and her brother had emerged. There are holes in the ground around Woolpit, quarries where bricks were made in the 19th century and gravel extracted through much of the 20th. But perhaps there was once something much older, for every Suffolk schoolchild knows that the name 'Woolpit' is nothing to do with wool, but with the wolves that once lived in the pits here...........
Thank you for comments on Saturday and apologies for not replying