Thomas Paycocke Lodge was Consecrated on 31st January 1968 and is named for Thomas Paycocke a 16th Century wool merchant and local benefactor. His famous house and home to the Paycocke family still stands in the village of Lavenham and is now owned and maintained by the National Trust.

The Lodge is happy and vibrant and maintains its true traditions of fraternity and charity.

For more information contact the Secretary Michael Bevis