the first was St Edmunds in Southwold, built in the 1400's, and full of stunning and colourful architecture...
the very ornate ceiling with angels
part of the organ
panels depicting the saints, sadly their faces were "removed" during the Reformation!
Then we visited Holy Trinity Blythburgh Church (read about it HERE), built around the same time as St Edmunds, yet inside is very different
a similar ceiling to St Edmunds, but devoid of such decoration, except for the Angels once again
I can't describe how amazing this church is, and definitely one of my favourites - although very simple, it really feels incredible in there!
the floor is wonderfully uneven and has the usual burial tombstones
more Saints at the end of the pews - again, sadly their faces have been scratched away during the Reformation
the large stone font
We finished the day with a visit to the ruins of Leiston Abbey which dates from 1363 (more info HERE)
All in all a very spiritual and inspiring day. x