East Sussex England
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The 14th century Church is situated in the centre of the village and is dedicated to St. Mary the Virgin, probably built by Sir William de Etchingham after he completed Etchingham Church in 1360.
The Church today is mainly 14th century with 19th century additions and alterations, the Chancel was almost completely rebuilt in 1856.
The choir stalls and the lectern in the Nave are the work of 'Mouseman' Thompson of Kilburn, Yorkshire and have his signature mouse carved on them.
Memorials to the men of the village who gave their live in the two world wars can be seen in the Nave.