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Little Livermere


A few years ago I came across this redundant Church at Little Livermere, a nice park and lake with many birds adorn same. Plenty of meadowside plants too
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I don't suppose we will ever get another entry on here to Lt Livermere as Wikipedia suggests no one lives here, I must say that on my two visits I have found it very lonely, anyone prove me wrong

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Livermere

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 This Church of St Peter & St paul is grade II* listed see the other buildings here

http://www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/england/suffolk/little+livermere

 



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I visited this village today in perfect weather conditions, photos to follow later

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It is a few years since I last visited Little and Great Livermere this time around there is no access [seemingly] to Little Livermere Church, it was in a ruinous state the last time I saw it and from a distance nothing much seems to have changed, in fact a lady we chatted to walking her dog thinks the only buildings remaining in Lt Livermere is the church and a farm and its buildings, so if you know differently let us know, please
The stretch of water is known as Ampton Water although some call it Livermere Lake which stretches for over a mile

Gt Livermere [002397].jpg



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