Monday, August 28, 2006


Lavenham is a very small town. It seems like it is almost entirely contained within 2 streets.
It's main claim to fame seems to be a very nice looking church with a large tower at one end. Apparently the tower was built in memory of a rich parishioner who died (Using his money of course).

It also seems to have a bunch of "crooked houses" built in the style of the one on the left. This is actually the old hall, rather than a house...

One paticular house was called the crooked house and millions of people stood around photographing it. I didn't take a photo on principle because it really wasn't any more crooked than a bunch of other houses on the same street...

Stain Glass window inside Lavenham Church

The Church at Lavenham

The Church at Lavenham again

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