May 7th, 2017

A day of church micros around Brighton

Roedean Girls School

Roedean School is an independent day and boarding school governed by Royal Charter in Roedean Village on the outskirts of Brighton, East Sussex, for girls aged 11 to 18. The campus is situated near the Sussex Downs on a cliff overlooking Brighton Marina. The school incorporates dance studios, music classrooms, a 320-seat theatre, a heated indoor swimming pool, a golf course and has a private tunnel to the beach.

Stanford Avenue Methodist Church, Brighton

E.J. Hamilton, also responsible for a former Methodist church in Hove and the original Salvation Army citadel in Brighton, built this church in the Early English revival style between 1897 and 1898. The red-brick, stone-faced building has lancet windows and a small spire.

St. Matthias, Brighton

St Matthias was built on Ditchling Road in 1907 by Lacy W. Ridge. It is an Early English Gothic Revival red-brick church with a circular tower, short spire and hammerbeam roof.

Stained glass window
St Mary's, Brighton
Stained glass window
St Mary's, Brighton
Ornate multi-sided pulpit with green marble work.
St. John's Church, Brighton
Stained glass window
St John's, Brighton
Stained glass window
St John's, Brighton
Stained glass window
St John's, Brighton
Chancel and altar,
Church of the Good Shepherd, Brighton
Painted pipe organd
Church of the Good Shepherd, Brighton
Stained glass window
Church of the Good Shepherd,
Brighton
Stained glass window
Church of the Good Shepherd, Brighton
Stained glass window
Church of the Good Shepherd, Brighton
Gillian finds the cache outside of the
Long Man of Wilmington Inn, Brighton
The church of St. Peter, Southease.
The 12th century church has one of only three round towers in Sussex.

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