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TQ2913 :: Clayton Church

Taken 13 days ago by Stephen McKay near Pyecombe, West Sussex, England

Clayton Church by Stephen McKay
Clayton Church

The 11th century church of St John the Baptist sits at the foot of the South Downs escarpment and serves the tiny village of Clayton - although in modern times the ecclesiastical parish is combined with that of Keymer. It is noted for its internal murals painted by the monks of Lewes Priory and dating from the 11th or 12th century. The building is grade I listed.
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Subject Grid Square TQ2913
Subject Lat/Long 50.910407,-0.153403 (click to view more nearby images)
Near Pyecombe, West Sussex, England
Photographer Stephen McKay
Taken 20210907 202109 2021 (about 13 days ago)
Submitted 2021-09-13
Context Religious sites ·
Subject church ·
Tag churchyard ·

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