Holy Trinity Church, Eridge Green, East Sussex - 10th January 2004

This tiny church is situated on the main road and is partnered with the Frant.  It was locked when I visited, so I was unable to photograph the interior.

Holy Trinity Church, Eridge Green, East Sussex - 10th January 2004 - MTC

From Kelly's directory of 1867 (Frant entry) there is:

"At Eridge Green is the church of the Holy Trinity, which together with the parsonage, were built at the sole cost of the Earl of Abergavenny in 1852. The living is a perpetual curacy, yearly value 150, derived from the tithe commutations of Rotherfield and Frant, out of which parishes the district is formed; it is in the gift of the Earl of Abergavenny, and held by the Rev. Daniel Winham, M.A., of Christ's College, Cambridge. "

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