What a lovely crinkle-crankle wall! This caught our eye during a recent Ramble to north Suffolk. This splendid example is opposite the fabulous round tower church at Brampton. According to Sue Clifford and Angela King in 'England in Particular' (2006 - highly recommended!), most of these walls are found in Suffolk, with many being built in the 1700s. They tend to enclose the kitchen gardens of large house. Their corrugated form lends strength to them - and beauty to the eye. For the Ragged Rambler meandering their way through narrow country lanes, we see something metaphorical in their serpentine aspect.