Caption for Clavering, Church End 1959:
Clavering had one of the few pre-Conquest castles in England. Its later prosperity, deriving from corn and wool,
helped to build the magnificent church. The long building with the overhang was the 15th-century guild-hall,
serving Clavering's two guilds. It later became almshouses, and is now a cottage.
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