About 1000 years ago the people of Framingham Earl built the Church of St. Andrew’s.
This late Saxon/early Norman gem is now a Grade 1 Listed building and contains many architectural treasures including Saxon windows, 3 Norman arches, 15th Century stained glass and a Jacobean pulpit.
The round tower contains two bells, one of which dates to before 1450 and the churchyard contains memorials to local dignitaries and the Internationally renowned academic and distinguished writer W.G. (Max) Sebald.
The church is in remarkable condition, but falling congregations and Government legislation mean its future is not secure.
With help, we can all try to preserve this historic building for future generations to visit and enjoy.