A small unassuming church set in the charming old part of Groombridge in Kent. The church is in Kent, although the village straddles the Kent and Sussex border. The newer, largely Victorian part of the village is in Sussex having grown up around the railway station which although closed in the 1970s has been reopened as part of the The Spa Valley Railway.
My parents bought a small Victorian house in Groombridge about the time I started secondary school in which we lived until we could afford to move to a house with a garden in nearby Ashurst.
The church was sadly locked the day we visited so we were unable to photograph the inside, however it is known to have excellent stained glass windows and brass work.
The village straddles the Kent and East Sussex border. The Church of St Pius is in Sussex.
The Kent Archaeological Society has an interesting early picture of this church, here.
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