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Part of the "yard" next to the church #photos

Part of the "yard" next to the church #photos

A medieval timber-framed building sitting on the church green at Clare, an unspoilt Suffolk market town. This welcoming and comfortable house exudes history.

A medieval timber-framed building sitting on the church green at Clare, an unspoilt Suffolk market town. This welcoming and comfortable house exudes history.

Cavendish is a large village in the West of Suffolk, between Clare and  Long Melford, famous for its much photographed rambling Village Green  with pink almshouses nestled in front of a Norman Church tower

Cavendish is a large village in the West of Suffolk, between Clare and Long Melford, famous for its much photographed rambling Village Green with pink almshouses nestled in front of a Norman Church tower

The Princess of Wales~Joan England Plantagenet De Clare De Morthermer     My 21st great grandmother       Birth Apr 1272 in Palestine, Acre, Israel       Death 23 APR 1307 in Bur Church of Austin Friars, Clare, Suffolk, England

The Princess of Wales~Joan England Plantagenet De Clare De Morthermer My 21st great grandmother Birth Apr 1272 in Palestine, Acre, Israel Death 23 APR 1307 in Bur Church of Austin Friars, Clare, Suffolk, England

A medieval timber-framed building sitting on the church green at Clare, an unspoilt Suffolk market town. This welcoming and comfortable house exudes history.

A medieval timber-framed building sitting on the church green at Clare, an unspoilt Suffolk market town. This welcoming and comfortable house exudes history.

The parish church at Clare, Suffolk, UK #churches #catholic #photos #christianity

The parish church at Clare, Suffolk, UK #churches #catholic #photos #christianity

Joan of Acre (April 1272 – 23 April 1307) daughter of Edward I, King of England. Buried in the Priory Church of the Austin friars, Clare, Suffolk. The south wall of the church still stands, and at its east end are the remains of a sedilia and an altar recess which may be the tomb of Joan.

Joan of Acre (April 1272 – 23 April 1307) daughter of Edward I, King of England. Buried in the Priory Church of the Austin friars, Clare, Suffolk. The south wall of the church still stands, and at its east end are the remains of a sedilia and an altar recess which may be the tomb of Joan.

Love stained glass windows, especially these ones in The Church of St Peter and St Paul in Clare, Suffolk. #HDRphotography #ArtHakker

Love stained glass windows, especially these ones in The Church of St Peter and St Paul in Clare, Suffolk. #HDRphotography #ArtHakker

The old church at Clare Priory, Clare, Suffolk, UK #churches #photos

The old church at Clare Priory, Clare, Suffolk, UK #churches #photos

The main church at Clare Priory, Suffolk, UK #photos #churches #christianity

The main church at Clare Priory, Suffolk, UK #photos #churches #christianity

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