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St Giles Church Shermanbury

St Giles Church Shermanbury


The church is tucked away in a park half a mile from the nearest public road on the bank of the River Adur and is one of the oldest and most interesting churches in West Sussex. It is described in the Domesday Book. Norman carvings discovered in 1901 were dated to 1135. The church is famous for its box pews inscribed with the names of surrounding houses.

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West Sussex

RH13 8HF