Although not an ancient church, I have always thought the church at Forest Row rather attractive with its slim shingle clad spire and soft coloured sandstone walls. The church was established in 1836, but work commenced in 1834 and the rectangular building cost £1827. Unusually, it is aligned north to south.
Parish growth necessitated the addition of a wing around 1850; originally designed to seat 436 members the capacity was increased to seat 485.
Forest Row is situated on the northern edge of Ashdown Forest.
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