Spanton Jarman Project
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Walberswick, St Andrews church from SE
The church of St Andrew sits in the south west corner of the ruins of a previous church dating from 1493. This earlier magnificent church was similar in style and size to Blythburgh, but within a hundred years was in need of repair. By 1695 the little congregation were compelled to seek permission to convert it into a smaller church. The roof was removed from the nave, the chancel and the north aisle and the material was sold, along with 3 of the 4 remaining bells in the tower, to fund this work.
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