A pretty church in a lovely setting about two miles south east of the village of Henfield. Sadly it was locked on the day of my visit.
Heavily restored in the 1860s by Woodyer, the church has a single nave with opposing N and S doorways, and a large chancel. There is a bell turret with a broach spire over the W gable.
The church is approached down this path between tall yew bushes - very gothic!
Visitors to this album since June 2003
If you would like to purchase any of the images featured here or commission others of this church, please click here.
If you found this page using a search engine or other link, please use the icons below to link to one of the main sections of the Roughwood web site:
Please do not reproduce or store any of the pictures on this site without asking first.