Holy Trinity Church 1484

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    Holy Trinity Church is one of the great Suffolk wool churches and was built almost entirely in the 15th century at a time of growing prosperity among the local cloth merchants. It was completed in 1484. The only modern part is the tower, dating from 1903

    It is an Anglican Christian church within the Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich within the Church of England and has served the ancient and beautiful village of Long Melford, near Sudbury, for over five hundred years. The church stands on a hill at the north end of the village and looks down Hall Street, which runs through the village from north to south.



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