Frostenden All Saints Church Lane NR34 7HS (Suffolk) (9 Sep 2019)

Frostenden is a small village in East Suffolk about 1 mile south-west of Wrentham. It was once a medieval fort with a harbour and a river once run behind the church. All Saints is one of 38 existing round-tower churches in Suffolk and is one of the oldest dating back to either the Norman or Saxon era. The church is 13th c and consists of a nave, 13th c chancel and 15th c south aisle. The porch is an extension of the south aisle and has a 4 centred arch with a 18th c sundial above. The church was signposted off the main road down a single lane farm track. Sadly it was closed but there was a notice saying it usually open on Saturdays but there was a number for the church warden who will meet you or you can make an appointment.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frostenden

https://www.roundtowerchurches.com/frostenden#!

http://wealdanddownlandchurches.co.uk/frostenden-church/

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