The Church of All Saints
Church Lane, Frostenden, Suffolk NR34 7HS
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Unusually for a church in this area of Suffolk, All Saints is normally locked, but is usually open on a Saturday morning. Alternatively, a prior arrangement can be made for a visit by contacting one of the churchwardens (currently Mr Paul Scriven MBE, and Mrs Jane Foreman).
Unfortunately on the day of our visit we were unable to view the church interior, hence a lack of photographs in the gallery below. However you can see internal photographs on Simon Knott’s excellent site ( www.suffolkchurches.co.uk ), or on the Pictures of England site (photographs of Frostenden by Peggy Cannell).
Features to look for include: The vaulted porch roof; piscinae in the chancel and south aisle; 15th century carved octagonal font and cover; 15th century poppyhead bench ends; some fine 19th century stained glass; wall monuments to Sir William Glover d.1660, William Glover d.1726 and Thomas Pretyman, rector d.1756; 18th century ledger slabs in chancel floor.
The Guide to Suffolk Churches