A delightfully "English" market town possessing a wonderful castle. Framlingham was once the refuge of Mary Tudor before she became Queen in 1553. Quiet streets, lovely shops, cafés and restaurants. A real pleasure to visit throughout the year. Named as one of the top 101 Best Places to Live in Britain by The Sunday Times.
The village of Debenham sits in the heart of the Suffolk countryside, so close to the source of the River Deben, of which the village derives its name, once part of a thriving wool trade.A Brief HistoryDebenham was mentioned in the Domes...
The delightful market town of Framlingham has been around since Anglo Saxon times. It has all the common features of a market town; an attractive central square (known as Market Hill), the 14-16th century church of St Michaels and of course,
Within the walls of St Mary's church Dennington hangs a rare treasure.Above the high altar hangs a veiled medieval pyx canopy. The pyx holds the consecrated bread of the Eucharist, reserved for communion of the sick and dying. The sacrament is reserved in the base where the curtain fal...
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