St Mary Assumption Uffod Suffolk

St Mary Assumption Uffod Suffolk

Good Suffolk tower of flint and flushwork on the porch

Originally of the XIth century it was completed in the XVth

Copyright: Valentin Arfire
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9524x4762
Uploaded: 15/09/2013
Updated: 07/10/2014


Tags: st mary assumption uffod suffolk; tower of flint
  • Keith Jones about 1 year ago
    Describe this simply as the parish church of St Mary, Ufford, Suffolk. In a small and scattered village, the size of this church shows the wealth of late mediaeval Suffolk with its walls of flint and carved freestone around windows and doors.
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