From depictions of the murder of Thomas Becket, to St George and the Dragon - from Mermaids to Biblical scenes - England's churches have a wealth of astonishing wall paintings dating from Medieval times to the present day. Now the Churches Conservation Trust has launched a guide so you can find the best ones near you - and discover their hidden meanings and the reasons they were painted.
On 9 November 2011, the Churches Conservation Trust launches new interactive guide to some of the nations finest church wallpaintings, from astonishing 12th century survival stories to dazzling Victorian jewel-like interiors.
This new resource will unlock the hidden secrets and meaning of ancient wallpaintings. Twenty-four churches featured across 18 counties provide a chance to discover hidden treasures on your doorstep and there are thirty-six more churches are to come.In Suffolk it is All Saints Church in Little Wenham, Suffolk that is featured.http://www.visitchurches.org.uk/wallpaintings