Photographer's Note

This little church, believed to be the smallest in England, sits high up on the South Downs in East Sussex. Officially known as The Church of The Good Shepherd it dates from the days of Oliver Cromwell and the English Civil War (1642-1651), and was built from the remains of a larger church that was destroyed by fire in those troubled times. It can seat only 20 people and has no electricity or heating so is only used as a place of worship during the summer months.

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