Saturday, 29 October 2011

Rural Suffolk

I tend to visit the villages south of Bury St Edmunds quite a bit.

Today I was with my father at Lavenham which is a picture postcad small town. The town was, I think, the first to have sewers! and made its money from wool.

The crooked gallery

The Guildhall which is in the care of the National Trust.

One of the attractive estate agents I've come across.

The very fine parish church.

We then moved on to Clare.

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