St Mary's Church in Hadleigh is a very large church, another one funded by the importance of wool in the past.
Below is a photo of a postcard of the church which I bought because.............................
lots of repairs going on under what is the oldest spire in the county which is 71 foot tall on top of the 64 foot tower.
Zooming into see the clock with bell cast around 1280
The church gets a mention in the 100 treasures book because of it's magnificent ancient carving of the wolf with the head of King Edmund. The wolf is thought to be a caricature of the clergy at the time.
It's much bigger than many pew end carvings although I have seen smaller ones elsewhere and probably dates from the C14. BUT if you follow the link at the end of the post Simon Knott thinks it is something different.
In the window below each panel is for a separate person
A more modern window on the north aisle
This photo below show how large and wide this town church is
In the south chapel the window tells the story of Rowland Taylor who was burned to death in 1555 by Catholic Queen Mary because of his enthusiasm for the previous Protestant religion
Many more photos and a much fuller explanation of everything in the church is on Simon Knott's Suffolk Churches website HERE