Lavenham Church

February 1, 2012 at 6:10 pm | No comments |

A glorious building of cathedral-like proportions mainly dating from around 1500 at the height of Lavenham’s period of prosperity as a wool-cloth manufacturing town.    The church, which incorporates a wealth of carving in both oak and stone, was financed by the Earl of Oxford - Lord of the Manor – and a number of wealthy cloth merchants, including the immensely rich Thomas Spring III.


Contact Details

Church Street Lavenham
CO10 9SA

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