A visit to Kersey

22nd June 2014
Yesterday we took a run out to the beautiful village of Kersey in the heart of Suffolk. What an amazing place! If it wasn't for the cars (although no-where near as busy as Lavenham), I'd have thought I had been transported back in time.



From the Kersey Website: "With a population of around 350, the parish of Kersey consists of Kersey village and four hamlets: Kersey Tye, Kersey Upland, Wicker Street Green and William’s Green. The village of Kersey, straggling across a ford and up the slopes of a little valley and its church crowning the hill on the south side, is regarded as one of the most picturesque villages in East Anglia. While it possesses an important collection of medieval buildings, Kersey is also a vibrant community centred on its school, church, village hall and local pub."

After walking up the hill towards the Priory and back, we finished the trip off with a pint in the beer garden of the Bell Inn public house.



I will definitely be making some more visits :)

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