This was erected in 1930 in memory of a mother who died in the late C19.
Through the lychgate and up a steep path, then steps
until finally you can see the church and one of the grandest south porch towers in Suffolk.
But the reason this church gets a mention in the 100 treasures book is because of this obelisk in the graveyard
Inside is a small plain church, restored in Victorian times and very few older features remain
Stained glass over the altar
One thing that survived the Victorian modernisation is this huge brass, nearly 5 feet tall for Sir George Felbrigg who built the tower and died in 1400.
More about the church on the Suffolk Churches website
Thank you for comments about the local Mistletoe. I can see how it wouldn't be noticed when driving as it's on a bend but still can't understand why I've not seen it when walking, but walking roundabout here is on hold for a couple of weeks as I had to take my Hotter walking shoes back to the shop for repairs as a metal eyelet pulled right off last time I did them up. They'll repair them for free but it might take a while. I've only had them a year so wasn't best pleased.
Walking anywhere will be even muddier now after the rain from storm Brendon passed over Suffolk. It wasn't too windy although the A14 over the Orwell bridge was closed on Monday and when I heard it might close on Tuesday afternoon I was glad my trip to Ipswich was early. Apart from going to Hotter the main reason to go was to pick up a child car seat bought secondhand for my car so I can help out with Willow a bit once her brother or sister arrives......won't be long now........very exciting......I take the phone upstairs every night ........just in case I have to dash over to Willow sit.