Spexhall St Peter Art Show, Suffolk.
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Spexhall St Peter Art Show, Suffolk.

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An art exhibition event held inside St Peter's Church, Spexhall, Suffolk in aid of repairs to the church roof. Date: 29 Aug 2010.

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A: St Peter Church Wenhaston

von Valentin Arfire, 6.6 entfernt

St Peter ChurchApart from the Doom the church contains a fine 7 sacrament font and XVIIth century pul...

St Peter Church Wenhaston

B: Church of Saint Peter, Wenhaston

von Valentin Arfire, 6.6 entfernt

Church of Saint Peter, WenhastonMost famous for the remains of the panting of the Last Judgement (the...

Church of Saint Peter, Wenhaston

C: Bramfield Church

von Valentin Arfire, 6.7 entfernt

A very fine rood screen with original painting and saints in the panels In the chancel the monument t...

Bramfield Church

D: Blythburgh Church

von Valentin Arfire, 8.7 entfernt

The Great Church of a busy port in the XVth century which has now almost dissapeared.The Church was r...

Blythburgh Church

E: Water Tower in Benacre Park

von Pawel Rozenek, 13.4 entfernt

Water Tower in Benacre Park in Suffolk.More amazing pictures on my website here: http://www.rozenek.com

Water Tower in Benacre Park

F: Blyth Valley Community Radio, Southwold Suffolk

von Peter Farrington, 13.7 entfernt

An Interactive Image of The Casino Studio on Gun Hill, Southwold, Suffolk. Used by Blyth Valley Commu...

Blyth Valley Community Radio, Southwold Suffolk

G: Dunwich beach

von Rod Edwards, 13.8 entfernt

Sunrise over the North Sea from Dunwich beach in Suffolk. This deserted stretch of the Suffolk coastl...

Dunwich beach

H: The Church of St Andrew in Covehithe

von Pawel Rozenek, 14.5 entfernt

St Andrew’s Church, Covehithe, is a partly redundant Anglican church in the hamlet of Covehithe in th...

The Church of St Andrew in Covehithe

I: The Church of St Andrew in Covehithe

von Pawel Rozenek, 14.5 entfernt

St Andrew’s Church, Covehithe, is a partly redundant Anglican church in the hamlet of Covehithe in th...

The Church of St Andrew in Covehithe

J: Dunwach Cliff

von Valentin Arfire, 15.9 entfernt

Now an open heath cared for by the National Trust, the view to the South is over the marshes of an im...

Dunwach Cliff

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