Tour of Sussex Churches
Our current lecture programme has included a talk by Nicola Westbury, an architect to the Churches Conservation Trust (CCT). As a follow-up we are organising a tour of half-a-dozen Sussex churches, all of them located within a relatively small area of West Sussex. These will include the two CCT churches that figured in Nicola’s talk - St. Botolph’s near Steyning and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre at Warminghurst. Nicola has agreed to show us around them both.
The tour will be limited to thirty people on a first-come basis. We will meet at 09.00 am on the Level in the lower section of Ditchling Road (north of St. Peter’s Church) and return to Brighton for 06.00 pm.
Please bring a picnic lunch with you. There will be some walking, but nothing strenuous. Wear good shoes and be prepared for the vagaries of April weather.
You can obtain more information from David Robson: tel: 01273 202381, or email David here.
To reserve a place please either complete this form and send it with your cheque made payable to The Regency Society to the address below (or you can pay by bank transfer: details are on the booking form). Alternatively you can book now and pay by credit or debit card:
If paying by cheque or bank transfer send your form to David Robson, 21 Furze Croft, Furze Hill, Hove, BN31PB.
Simon Jenkins (RS President): “England’s Thousand Best Churches.” Penguin, 1999
Images (by David Robson) show: top: St Botolph. Top row: Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Warminghurst. Bottom row: (l to r): St Botolph, North Stoke and Arundel.