Sudborough, All Saints

Sudborough, All Saints

Sudborough, All Saints

A handsome, light and well-proportioned church built in local limestone. Constructed circa 1250 -1300 and very likely restored by E.W. Law (1850-1872) and again by J.C. Traylen (1890/1) whose arts and crafts pews, stalls and pulpit happily remain. Externally the church presents a picturesque grouping with architectural features that show it on the cusp of Early English to Decorated styles. Its fine sturdy tower is topped by unusual pinnacles with clusters of shafts and ending in cresting. Internally you will find white painted walls and a succession of gothic arches with unusual cross arches extending to the far walls. The fore light east window above the altar, has a stained glass window by Kempe (1892) – vibrant colours above the well-dressed altar of the same period. ...

The nearby Old Rectory, built by William Abbots circa 1825 and extended by John Eaton of nearby Titchmarsh in 1846 is now surrounded by a wonderful garden which is open to the public (see Gardens). Also in this pretty village you will find a good pub, The Vane Arms

Contact & Opening Times

Sudborough Road
Sudborough
NN14 3BX

Opening Details

The Church is normally open during the day.

Contact Details

Prue Folliott Vaughan (churchwarden) -

pruefv@sudborough-partners.co.uk

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