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Inside St Mary's Church 


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Addison Close
Archers Avenue
Barretts Lane
The Beck
Bell Street
Blackdyke Road
Breckland Farm
Camp Close
Clough Drive
Crabbes Close
Curtis Drive
East Hall
Fair Close
Fairfield Way
Falcon Road

Green Lane
Hall Drive
Hereward Way
High Street
Hill Street
Hythe Road

Lamberts Close
Leonards Lane

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On the south wall of the chancel there is an effigy of Osbert de Moundeford, a kneeling figure in armour with his two wives kneeling beside him. On the opposite wall of the chancel is a brass to the memory of the Reverend William Newcome; this brass was previously coloured and traces of the colour can still be seen; it is of a very high quality.

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Limekiln Lane
Lodge Road
Long Lane
Mulberry Close
Munsons Lane
Munsons Place
Newcombe Drive
Nightingale Lane
Oak Street
Old Brandon Road
Old Methwold Rd
Paynes Lane
Rawlins Way

Short Beck
Short Lane
St. Johns Way

St. Marys Street
St. Nicholas Drive
Southery Road
Sparkes Way
Vincent Close
Western Close
Wilton Road



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On the tablets on the south wall above the door are coloured shields and inscriptions to the memory of the last members of the Clough Family who lived in Feltwell for over 200 years


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In the chancel there are two brasses, for Moundeford and Hethe plus two wall monuments to members of the Moundeford family, which were restored in 1988. The single brass is to the memory of Margaret Moundeford who died in 1520.

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