East Bergholt

Pictures of buildings mentioned in the second edition “Suffolk” volume of “The Buildings of England” series by Sir Nikolaus Pevsner.

After the church Pevsner comes to the Bell House and says "In the churchyard; a unique piece, built probably when the plan for the W tower had been given up. One storeyed with steep pyramid roof with louvred top. Heavy timbers to support the bells inside. The outside walls are a grille of timbers above a dado. The horizontal timbers woven through the vertical ones." Seen here from the outside:
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With a view of the inside here:
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Pevsner says "Plenty of houses worth examining". Five specifically mentioned and only two of those here. First, "Little Court, N of the church, is seven-bay Georgian". Seen here:
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Then we come to Clay Cotts, timber-framed of c 1500, with good close carving on angle post, angle bracket, and bressumer." Two views of it here:
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With a better view of the carving on the angle post and part of the bressumer here:
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For details of the guildhall in East Bergholt and gilds and gildhalls in general, see suffolkguildhalls.com