St Thomas Church, Bradwell on Sea

St Thomas Church has a 14th century nave and chancel to which was added the tower in 1706 and a 19th century timber porch.

The eastern nave has a 16th century brick gable resting on a trefoil arched corbeil frieze.

A brass is in memory of Margaret Wyoytt is dated 1526.

The most recent of the six bells was hung in 1948 as a celebration of victory in World War 2.

The 14th century font has 4 heads holding up the font bowl 




The mounting blocks outside the Church have been dated as pre 1539

Bradwell-on-Sea Churchyard

The Churchyard around the church has not been used for many years with burials taking place in the peaceful churchyard 2005 yards to the east in East End Road

Notable headstones in the churchyard include the Owen family of rectors at the turn of the century and airmen from nearly Bradwell Bay airfield.

to see a list of Rectors of Bradwell on Sea

to read about the church bells at this church

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