Project Description

Chelsworth All Saints Church stands in the idyllic setting of the Brett Valley in one of Suffolk’s most picturesque villages.

The Doom painting of the Last Judgement is a rare survival from the 15th century, look though it was crudely restored by the Victorians.

Also note the richly decorated tomb recess in the north aisle, cialis believed to be in memory of Sir John de Philibert, Lord of the Manor who died abroad in 1359.

The village is known nationally for its open gardens day in June each year, which raises money in aid of the church.

Contact

Chelsworth IP7 7HX

T: 01449 740438 or 01449 740257
W: www.chelsworth.co.uk