St Mary Magdalene Church in Debenham Suffolk existed in the Domesday days of 1086. Its chancel took shape in the 13th century and the medieval masterpiece rose to new heights in the 15th century. More recently, the Victorians restored the nave in stages and work was undertaken in the 20th century too.
Today it is a beautiful, welcoming and time-honoured church, loved by its community.
Like Lincoln and Ely cathedrals, St Mary Magdalene Church Debenham Suffolk has a double set of entrance ‘rooms’ – a rare and enormous 14th century ‘Galilee’ porch, located on the western side of the church at the opposite end to the altar.