St Margaret's Church

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St Margaret's Church
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Ben R
Ditchling, UK113 contributions
Picturesque countryside church
gru 2019 • Pary
Beautiful countryside church. Lots of history and well worth a visit.

St Margaret’s church is a lovely picturesque church with some beautiful stained glass windows and very attractive interior. If passing by, the church is well worth a visit.
Written 19 stycznia 2020
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nji1000
Ditchling, UK324 contributions
Picturesque church with interesting medieval features
wrz 2019
This lovely church, sitting on a mound slightly above the village green is picturesque. Inside is a traditional Church of England church with Victorian pews, whitewashed walls and some nice medieval carvings and a 15th century tomb.

Calm and peaceful.
Written 16 września 2019
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nwaf247
Londyn, UK99 contributions
Not to be missed on visit to Ditchling
lip 2019
This hold Norman Church and graveyard are well worth a visit. Some very informative literature about history and worth a browse for ann hour.
Written 14 sierpnia 2019
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BellaSaskatoon
Vancouver, Kanada77 contributions
Fascinating History
cze 2019 • Pary
As tourists we were headed to the Ditchling Museum and took an unplanned detour to St. Margaret's. A great decision! The history of the building and the church is provided, it is an informative exploration of a centuries-old village church. It is indeed lovely, still alive and being used while being so evocative of days-past. Well worth the visit including the vista it has.
Written 23 czerwca 2019
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dvdgurr04
Pevensey, UK336 contributions
Archetypal English village church
gru 2017 • Znajomi
Worth popping in if you are visiting Ditchling. It's close to the Ditchling Museum, with work by Eric Gill. A lovely church.
Written 9 grudnia 2017
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Colin M
Brighton, UK56 contributions
A Victorian re-modeled parish church
lis 2016 • Wyjazd w pojedynkę
The church in Ditching is in a dominant position in the heart of the village, with commanding views towards the west.

The church has a short tower, with wooden and I believe cedar shingle tiles (the correct term escapes me). Common with many churches close to the Southdowns the the main structure of the church is napped flint. The roof then being Horsham sandstone and clay tiles.

The tower has a peel of eight bells which are invariably rung each Sunday and on those other special occasions.

All in all a very pleasant church.
Written 5 grudnia 2016
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Lylais3
Brighton, UK51 contributions
A lovely place of worsnhip
sie 2016 • Dla rodziny
This church has been preaching the Good News of Jesus for hundreds of years and is a place of peace and calm with wonderful views over the South Downs. There are lots of interesting facts which are displayed on handheld boards for the visitor to enjoy
Written 24 sierpnia 2016
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Alexander L
Richmond-upon-Thames, UK2 783 contributions
Great church in a lovely village
sie 2016 • Pary
On our way to the wonderful Ditchling Museum, we chanced upon the ancient church of h of St Margaret of Antioch. It is in the centre of the village and is a beautiful building that dates, in part, from Saxon times. The village is a delight and nestles just below Ditchling Beacon, an important place on the South Downs Way and the scene of many steep bicycle races.

Most of the building dates from the twelfth century and it is built on the older church that was mentioned in the Doomsday Book. The tower was added in the thirteenth century and has a peal of eight bells.

The churchyard is wonderfully tranquil and has several gravestones and carvings by well known artists from the arts and crafts movement whose work is displayed and explained in the museum, which can be seen from the church.
Written 12 sierpnia 2016
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