St Mark, Little Common, Bexhill, East Sussex - 17th March 2009

This Anglican church was built in 1842, the chancel and south aisle being added in 1857 by Henry Woodyer.  The north aisle was added in 1962.  There is a bellcote above the west end of the south aisle, adjacent to the entrance porch.

St Mark, Little Common, Bexhill - 17th March 2009 - MTC

There are three nice lancets in the east end of the chancel.

St Mark, Little Common, Bexhill - 17th March 2009 - MTC

A final view from the south east.

St Mark, Little Common, Bexhill - 17th March 2009 - MTC

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