A Visit to Tuxlith Chapel in Milland West Sussex

A Visit to Tuxlith Chapel in Milland West Sussex

Today I have teamed up with Kevin Hall to visit Tuxlith Chapel in Milland, a tiny religious house tucked behind the towering Victorian St Lukes Church. We are playing detectives, looking at the interior features and speculating on the original construction, and that goes for the incredible invasive moss in the graveyard too. We hope […]

Exploring Upwaltham Church in West Sussex

Exploring Upwaltham Church in West Sussex

Today Julia Hartley, Cynthia Julian and myself are exploring the terrible tragedies that occurred towards the end of the Second World War close to a rural download church in West Sussex. St Mary’s the Virgin, The Church in a Field, lies a few miles south of Petworth. A Norman built church with very little changes […]

The Bloomsbury Paintings at Berwick Church in East Sussex

The Bloomsbury Paintings at Berwick Church in East Sussex

Today I talk to Peter Blee, rector of Berwick Church where there are some incredible paintings. The Bloomsbury paintings in Berwick Church are an unique and complete example of the decoration of the interior of a Grade I listed parish church in the UK by 20th century artists, Duncan Grant, Vanessa Bell, and Quentin Bell. […]

Aleister Crowley and the Satanists of Iping Marsh

Aleister Crowley and the Satanists of Iping Marsh

I am seeking a church that is no longer there. With me is Cynthia Julian and Echo the whippet. We are walking to the Church of the Good Shepherd at Iping Marsh in West Sussex, near Midhurst. Here in the 1950s strange Satanic practices went on and soon after the church was demolished. My videos […]

The Curse of St Peter’s at Treyford in West Sussex Explored

The Curse of St Peter's at Treyford in West Sussex Explored

The spooky location in today’s video is a churchyard with no church. I am joined by local historian Andrew Shaxson who explains the incredible and baffling history of St Peter’s church at Treyford in West Sussex. Little remains of the commodious Victorian edifice that was erected to replace three so-called ‘mean’ little churches. Although new […]