The church at Friston dates to the Norman period and probably stands on the site of a Saxon church with links to the priory at Snape. It is built to a parish church typical plan, with a nave, chancel, west tower, and south porch, though the nave and chancel are combined under one roof and rather run together, with no arch and only a step up to mark the transition from nave to chancel.
Church Road, Friston, East Anglia, Suffolk, England, IP17 1PX
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Heritage Highlight: Wooden coat of arms to James I
of Friston, St Mary's Church
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