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I was visiting the Cat Inn and arrived early.
What a treat it was for me to enter this church for quiet reflection. It has been well appointed with light sensors which gave an immediate warm welcome. The layout of the comfortable chairs was inspiring....More
This Grade 1 listed church dates from Norman times and is beautifully maintained. Interior features include a 12th century font, medieval wall-painting and some cast-iron gravestones. The extensive churchyard is on several levels down the hillside behind the church, and was full of wild flowers...More
Attended a wedding here recently, lovely place dating back to 13th century I believe. As you would expect with old churches had some beautiful features. I love sitting in these places & try to imagine the stories it could tell. Worth a visit.
Working in the area, I couldn't resist stopping to photograph this beautiful church. I had been pre warned that the views were outstanding, and they indeed are.
Its mumble beginnings began in around 1090 as a small Norman dwelling, but as the years went by,...More
This is a beautiful church in a pleasant village with two good pubs nearby. The church is peaceful and merits a slow visit. But you should go even if you are not particularly religious. Wander through the churchyard and you will come to one of...More
I have never seen a graveyard like this one! It is built as a terrace over six levels. From the upper levels you get expansive views of the South Downs and the graveyard has many types of trees and flowers as part of it. Very...More