St Laurence, Falmer, East Sussex - 3rd January 2004

This church is situated next to the largest village pond I've ever seen!  It was built in about 1856, in the style of a Norman church, of split flints with rendered dressings.  There is a central west tower, the base of which is the porch.  There is a west gallery and Royal Arms.

St Laurence, Falmer, Sussex - 3rd January 2004 - MTC

The present building is a rebuild of an earlier church constructed in 1815.

Falmer is part of the united benefice with Stanmer.

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