Langham - St Mary the Virgin
This is a Grade I listed building, consisting of a chancel, nave and south aisle. Parts of the north wall of the chancel and nave are 12th century, while the lower part of the tower is 13th century. Early in the 14th century the whole church was remodelled: the chancel was extended and its arch widened asymmetrically to meet the splayed south wall. There is a magnificent modern organ built by Roger Pulham of Charsfield, Suffolk, inside the church which is worth a look. It is featured in a number of John Constable’s paintings, most notably the several versions of “The Glebe Farm and Langham Church”.