St Peter's Chapel, Punnett's Town, Heathfield, Sussex - 7th February 2004

Following a small cross on my ordnance survey map, we found this small disused chapel at Punnett's Town, near Heathfield (well known for its windmill)

Since publishing this page I have received information (from Glen in Tokyo!) that this was once St Peter's Anglican Church, linked to the Heathfield Parish.

This is the a view of the tiny building from the north - it looks very forlorn and unloved.

Disused Chapel, Punnett's Town, Heathfield, Sussex - 7th February 2004 - MTC

This picture was taken from the south, looking north - there appears to be a bricked up arch in the gable (perhaps an old window?) - about where the wooden cross is fixed to the wall.  There also appeared to be the remains of a planning notice fixed to the door - hopefully this building isn't going to be demolished?

Update: 2009, I have been informed that the building was sold and then demolished about two years ago despite opposition from local residents.   The plot is now home to a small house.

Disused Chapel, Punnett's Town, Heathfield, Sussex - 7th February 2004 - MTC

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