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The lightest peel of bells [5] in the world can be found at St Peter's Great Livermere

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The last man to be hung at Bury St Edmunds has a memorial in the Nave of Great Livermere St Peter's [Arundel Coke] 1722 entry

http://www.stedmundsbury.gov.uk/sebc/visit/1700-1899.cfm



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In St Bartholomew's Churchyard at Groton has the oldest gravestone in Suffolk which is dd 1598



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  • St Mary's, Grundisburgh boasts a ring of twelve bells and is the lightest ring of any church anywhere in the world


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St Augustine Church, Stoke -by-Clare has a finely carved 15c pulpit which is claimed to be the smallest in England


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