Alfriston Clergy House (Alfriston, East Sussex) Reviews
Description:Address: The Tye / Alfriston / Polegate BN26 5TL / East Sussex
Newest Review: ... although it was rather small and simple, lacking in grandeur compared to most vicarages in pre nineteenth century England. Rather than go too much into the history of this house I shall use the timeline from http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/alfristo n-clergy-house 1350 - House built by a farmer who prospered after the Black Death 1395 - The church take over the ownership of the Clergy ... more
Customer Alfriston Clergy House (Alfriston, East Sussex) Reviews (1)
by - written on 18/08/12 (Very useful, 130 readings)
THE CLERGY HOUSE Earlier in the year I spent a weekend with my husband, son, his fiancée and her parents, in the lovely quaint village of Alfriston. This village is in the English county of East Sussex. We arrived at our accommodation but soon set out to explore the village. Our first stop was the church on village green or Tye. St. Andrew is a lovely church. After spending some time inside we walked around the exterior. On looking around outside the church and at the view across the churchyard one can't help noticing its neighbouring building, The Clergy House. The clergy house stands close to the church but is a much smaller ... Read the complete review
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