The East Anglian Churches blog has been updated to include Hawkedon, Suffolk. This is a fine old church now in a very rural setting. It once was in the centre of the village, but nowadays all that remains are scattered farms and cottages. See http://eachurches.blogspot.co.uk/ .
Yesterday we visited the oldest building in Cambridge. This is St
Bene't's Church (opposite the famous Eagle Pub where Crick and Watson
cracked the secrets of DNA). It is very close to the original Cavendish Labs and the world famous Corpus clock (modern - looks like a gold disc with an over-sized insect on top) which is about 100m to the left along the road.