Blythburgh was an important port in bygone times. In the same way as many other river ports, it lost trade when its waterways could no longer cope with the increasing draughts of cargo ships. The church, known locally as 'the cathedral of the marshes', with its 128ft nave and 83ft tower, presents an imposing landmark. It was over this church that a Liberator bomber exploded in August 1944, killing Joseph Kennedy, eldest brother of the late US president.
Frith photos are now available printed direct onto made-to-measure window blinds and available in either a semi-transparent or blackout fabric finish and fully customisable to fit your window and decor at home.
Individually printed to order!
Custom-fitted to your dimensions, from 500mm to 2000mm
Available in two fabrics: 'Semi-Transparent' or 'Blackout'