St Martin, Nacton
The 15th century church has chancel walls which lean wearily towards the north, quaint corbel heads at the windows and an old door in the porch. The nave pews have carved poppyheads, and in the sanctuary woodwork are Jacobean panels from the family pew of the Brokes. The Broke family also have a rich heraldic window.
Ref: Mee, A. 1947. The King's England - Suffolk.