All Saints


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Now the All Saints Arts and Youth Centre, the church has a 16th century tower, a galleried nave built in 1806,  and a Victorian east end built in 1883. 

The Georgian box-tombs in the churchyard have been well restored.  

The bells, however, have been removed for safekeeping, and are now rehung in a separate frame in the church at Poynings. 



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The church stands beside the road known as Friars Walk, not far from Lewes railway station.  A small amount of parking is available, but it is better to walk from the nearest car park.  The church is quite often locked during the day, but the office used by the arts centre is in the old vestry, and this is manned during parts of most days of the week.







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