Pictures of buildings mentioned in the second edition “Suffolk” volume of “The Buildings of England” series by Sir Nikolaus Pevsner.

Wrentham has two (non-Church) entries in the second edition: one for the Rectory and the other for the Congregational Church. The third edition has three othjer entries, one of the them The Old Guildhall - the web-site on Gildhalls for further information on this. This link will take you away from this site.

Of the Rectory Pevsner says: "Close to the church, seven bays wide, plastered. C18, but with a castellated porch, built or remodelled presumably about 1830". The third edition renames it Wrentham Hall (former rectory). It is obscured from the public by trees so here is a rather silly photograph:
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Of the Congregational Church he says: "Dated 1778. Red brick, three by two windows. They are arched. On the front there are arched doorways in the first and third bays".
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For more details of the guildhall and information on gilds and gildhalls in general, see suffolkguildhalls.com