Church kneelers at

St Edmundsbury Cathedral

Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

Church Kneelers at St Edmundsbury Cathedral represent every parish in the Diocese.

Dragons are impaled with a regularity that would shock the Welsh.  An alarming fully-frontal bull’s head supported by wings represents a peaceful St Luke in Ipswich.  Windmills, bridges and castles appear across the parishes.  In Leavenheath, cows grass below pylons.  St Christopher carries the Christ Child across a river green with algae in Rushmere.  The cloak belonging to St Martin of Tours is sliced up in many churches.  Polstead celebrates cherries and Hengrave its composer, J. Wilbye.