I took these pictures on 19th January 2003 seizing on a sunny afternoon to photograph this disused church, built, according to the date cast into the rainwater hopper, in 1876. Sadly as soon as I arrived the sun disappeared behind the clouds. Situated adjacent to the busy A272, this church has been disused for some time, however the church commissioners have actively been attempting to find a commercial or community use for the building. However, despite a sign being erected offering the lease for sale, there have been no public developments to date. The churchyard is still in use for burials.
The church was designed by the architect John Oldrid Scott, who was responsible for the restorations of Fletching (1880), Little Horsted (1863), Maresfield (1875-79) and Newick (1886).
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