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Church Restoration Project

Church Restoration Project

St Gregory’s Church, Rendlesham, is thought to have been built in the 14th century on the site of an Anglo Saxon pagan temple. The Venerable Bede writes at length of Rendlesham as the site of King Redwald’s Royal palace and estate. Redwald was baptised and converted to Christianity in this place by Augustine who was sent by Pope Gregory to convert pagans in the 6th Century. For more up-to-date information please click...
Village of Kings discovered in Suffolk

Village of Kings discovered in Suffolk

The people who lived at Rendlesham had widespread foreign contacts. Overseas traders came to sell their goods, and delegations to the King from other rulers brought diplomatic gifts.