St George, North Common, Chailey, Sussex - 23rd December 2003

I know very little about this building other than it is part of a complex that used to be part of the Chailey Heritage site, however from its appearance it would appear clear that it contains (or once contained) a chapel, complete with tower.  It is located right next to Chailey Windmill.

In 1903 Dame Grace Kimmings and her friend Alice Rennis took in seven physically handicapped children from the East End of London . They provided accommodation and nursing facilities in an old workhouse. Nowadays Chailey Heritage provides care for a few hundred handicapped children, although on a site south of the main road.

I believe these buildings are now a residential care home, no longer associated with Chailey Heritage.

St George, Chailey, Sussex, 23rd December 2003 - MTC

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