Thomas Clarkson "the friend of slaves"

St Mary, Playford, Suffolk
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St Mary sits high on a hill above the road. It is an ancient site, quite untypical for Suffolk. The church has one of Suffolk's most imposing lychgates, at the base of the steep steps that rise to the churchyard. It is the size of a garage, and was erected in the 1930s in memory of a mother who had died in the late 19th century. Inside, the church is pretty much all Victorian. There was a big restoration in 1873, the work of Phipson, but the character of the furnishings is mostly that of another restoration some twenty years later. Earlier memorials are still on the walls of the rebuilt chancel.
Thomas Clarkson, "the friend of slaves" was instrumental, along with William Wilberforce, in getting slavery abolished in the early 19th century. 

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