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St Peter and St Paul's church contains one of the most complete sets of medieval wall paintings in Britain. They were probably first commissioned in 1450 and were painted in the following decade. The paintings depict St George slaying the dragon, St Christopher carrying the Christ-child, the beheading of John the Baptist, the coronation of the Virgin Mary, the martyrdom of St Edmund, the martyrdom of St Thomas Becket, the legend of Catherine of Alexandria, the seven Corporal Acts of Mercy, the Passion and Crucifixion of Christ, the Descent into Hell and Christ's Resurrection and Ascension. There is a lot of information about the paintings in the guide book, available in Church.