November 20th, 2016

A trip to Bodiam Castle and some Church Micros near Hastings.
Bodiam, Sedlescombe, Sandhurst, Newenden, Northiam and Brede.

Hexagonal Font
Church of St. Giles, Bodiam
Tilting Helm
Church of St. Giles, Bodiam
Stained glass windows, Church of St. Giles, Bodiam
Reredos by Norman and Billing, 1866-74
St. John the Baptist, Sedlescombe
Altar and East Window
St. John the Baptist, Sedlescombe
Bodiam Castle was built in 1385 by Sir Edward Dalyngrigge, a former knight of Edward III.
Chancel
Church of St. Nicholas, Sandhurst
Stained glass window
Church of St. Nicholas, Sandhurst
C20th wooden reredos depicting the Last Supper.
Church of St. Nicholas, Sandhurst
Stained glass window
Church of St. Nicholas, Sandhurst
Stained glass window, St Peter's Church, Newenden.
Chancel Arch, Altar and East Window
Church of St. George, Brede
C15th Hexagonal Font with alternating shields and arched panels.
Church of St. George, Brede
Stained glass window
Church of St. George, Brede
Brass Monastery Pull Bell.
Church of St. George, Brede
Stained glass window
Church of St. George, Brede
Capital depicting the arms of Sir Goddard Oxenbridge, quartered with those of
his wife Elizabeth, 1618.
Church of St. George, Brede
The tomb of Sir Goddard Oxenbridge d.1531
'The Brede Giant', said to be 7ft tall.
Church of St. George, Brede
Brass to Anne Lyvelode, d.1493, wife of Robert Oxenbridge d.1487
Church of St. George, Brede

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