weybread churchThe church of Weybread is called St Andrews which is in the diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich.

It is a medieval church with one of only 38 round towers that exist in Suffolk.

You will find inside a memorial plaque to Suffolk’s first winner of the Victoria Cross, Alfred Ablett.

The entire west wall above the tower arch is filled with a painting of Christ the King.It has some beautiful stained glass windows.

The church was extensively restored in the 19th Century.

St Andrews Church
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Drawing by Bill Finch - 1982


Family Service  10th December  followed by refreshments

Carols in Church 24th Dec. 6.30pm  mulled wine, mince pies, shortbread

Holy Communion Benefice Service   31st December  followed by refreshments

Church Contact

RectorRev'd Susan Loxton01379 388493
Assistant PriestRev'd Peter Schwier01379 586517
Church WardenMike Nott
Church WardenPaula Robinson01379 852110
SecretaryRev'd Susan Loxton or Mike Nott

St Andrew’s Church is rurally located in Weybread, near Harleston. It is part of the Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich within the Church of England.

Administrative information

Incumbent The Reverend Canon Susan Loxton
The Rectory, Doctors Lane
Stradbroke, Suffolk, IP21 5HU
Correspondence Mrs M Bensly
September House
4 Fir Tree Close
Weybread IP21 5TF
Bank Barclay’s Bank
Harleston, Norfolk
Sort code 20-92-08
Account no. 70944092
Treasurer Mike Nott
One Eyed Lane
Weybread IP21 5TT

Independent Examiner Peter Hatchman, Metfield