St. Andrew's Church (Alfriston) Reviews
Description:Historical church dating back to 1360.
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by - written on 02/04/12, updated on 10/07/12 (Very useful, 168 readings)
ST ANDREW'S CHURCH, ALFRISTON, SUSSEX On a recent visit to the East Sussex village of Alfriston, I was keen to have a good look at the church. Before visiting I had looked on-line at photographs of the church and I wondered if it would look as impressive in 'real life' as it appeared in these images. After visiting I can say that, in my opinion, it did. I know very little about architecture in any form, church or otherwise, and I won't pretend to be knowledgeable in this area so, please bear with me as I merely try to describe my thoughts of both the interior and exterior of this church and hopefully explain things properly. Fortunately the ... Read the complete review
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