Today I am in North Stoke in West Sussex. St Mary the Virgin is a partly 11th-century cruciform building, set in an almost deserted village in a loop of the River Arun and is mostly unrestored. It stands on an ancient earthwork which has pre-Christian origins. The building has architectural features and internal fittings spanning hundreds of years. The church is now looked after by The Churches Conservation Trust.
Today I am lucky to have as my guide Dr Annabelle Hughes, an expert in old churches and timber-framed buildings.
Check out the website: https://www.visitchurches.org.uk/visit/church-listing/st-mary-north-stoke.html
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