I love exploring the old downland churches. Today I have travelled to Beddingham, a tiny Hamlet off the 27/A26 roundabout between Lewes and Newhaven in East Sussex.
What started out as a small wooden Saxon church and the a Royal Minster, became a Norman church with later extensions. Made primarily of local flint, with a bell tower later added from the stonework of the demolished Lewes Priory, it has been widened with addition isles over time.
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