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This is a fine and lofty church from the outside and simple stark and white paint inside. It was nearly derelict by early 19th century and was restored in Victorian times. If you look to the altar it is mainly Victorian, Face the other way...More
After visiting the nearby historic castle in ‘Castle Rising’, we decided to walk around the village and explore the local church.
St. Lawrence church is a very good example of a typical English village church.
It is clearly well loved by the local parish and...More
A short walk from Castle Rising is the Norman church of St Lawrence was built to replace a previous Saxon church. William D'Albini II, the Lord of Castle Rising manor and Earl of Sussex, built the church, away from his new castle, on the route...More