Like much of Lavenham, the church was built on the wealth of the wool trade. It is a fine church on top of the hill. Inside it is wide, spacious and airy. It is famous for its 14th century misericords.
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Our local vicar moved from Burwell to Lavenham some years ago. We noticed a few photos with him in (Stephen Earl) at the rear of the church.