The church was considerably restored in the 19th century.The west tower is rebuilt in brick at the top and has black brick diapering and a castellated parapet.The aisles have splendid roofs with embattled cornices..
The high and handsome two-tier octagonal pulpit is Jacobean (17th century).
The gardens of Shikina-en (識名園) are located on a small hill to the south of Shuri Castle in Naha, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan.
The gardens were laid out in 1799 to embellish one of the residences of the Shō family, rulers of the Ryūkyū Kingdom; they were used for the reception of an envoy from China the following year.
The residence and its gardens are also known as Shichina-nū-Udūn (シチナヌウドゥン) or Southern Gardens (南苑), as opposed to the Eastern Gardens (東苑) or Uchayaudūn (御茶屋御殿), laid out on a small hill east of Shuri Castle in 1677.
One of the more remote and attractive villages in Suffolk, midway between Sudbury and Bury St.
Edmunds in the Glem valley, Hartest is centred on the large village green, fringed by an array of brightly coloured cottages, the village hall or institute and the Crown public house, formerly Hartest Hall the local landowner's seat.
Running east of the village centre is Hartest Hill, the steepest in Suffolk.
Former Special Envoy for the Archbishop of Canterbury and Islamic Jihad Organization hostage, Terry Waite lives in the village.
All Saints is located in a dip just off the south side of the green.
Most of the church is 15th century and Perpendicular, but the base of the tower and the arcades with octagonal piers and double-chamfered arches of the nave are 14th.
Two of the most distinctive features are the almost black 16th century porches, constructed of squared and coursed, knapped flints and in the north porch still hangs a venerable door with iron studs.