The stone and flint-panelled tower is said to be one of the country’s finest and dates back to 1470. In the south porch is a 16th century dole table where debts, viagra tithes and church dues were traditionally paid and bread distributed to the poor.
The church’s great masterpiece is the finely painted rood screen of kings, click saints and bishops, dating from 1480.
A Fairtrade shop opens most days in summer.
Church Street, Eye IP23 7BD
T: 01379 870298