At the time of Domesday (1086) 2 churches existed in Debenham, although only St Mary's now survives.  Of this the only remnant would appear to be the tower which bosts distinctive long and short quoins encasing flint herringbone work.  There are also 2 Romanesque lancet windows in the south wall and a fine Romansque tower arch with the nave.


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