St Mary

St Mary

The 11 century Norman or Saxon church of St Mary is absolutely tiny and stand on the bank of the river Rother, in the village of Chithurst in West Sussex. The church is mentioned in the Domesday Book in the year 1086.

11 thoughts on “St Mary

  1. Hi! What did they do for windows back then? I was surprised to see the fancy shape of these. Are they bricked up with stone? I can’t tell. Love the subject. Think I’ll look it up.

      • Hi Simon, thank you for the reply. Is the castle still used? I am always amazed at all the castles. I wonder at the great workmanship done and how they built them in the bygone days.

  2. You take the most incredible pictures. This photo of St Mary makes me wish I could travel to see it myself!

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