This one is in a tiny village called Burgate, among fields with just a few houses. On the Suffolk Churches website HERE Simon Knott says there isn't another church like it in the county.
The reason this church gets a mention in the 100 treasures book is because of this big WWI memorial.
These small steps go up inside the wall and I meant to look outside to see if I could see where they went, but forgot.
Although the church is small it has all sorts of interesting things, like this cross, most were added during the time of the Rev. Appleyard.
A good stained glass window
and pews with doors to keep the cold draughts from the feet of the worshippers
A small room to the side of the organ has been made into a little chapel dedicated to St Edmund where the photos of so many past rectors keep watch over the people in a communion service.
When I got home and looked at the Suffolk Churches website I found I'd missed several other interesting items. Better go back sometime for a second look.