Yesterday in Sullington
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Yesterday in Sullington the church, the parish, and the manor by R. L. Hayward

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Published by s.n. in [S.l .
Written in English


  • Sullington Church -- History.,
  • Sullington (England) -- Church history.

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StatementR.L. Hayward.
The Physical Object
Pagination35 p. :
Number of Pages35
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19361821M

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Sullington church stands at the end of a lane on the northern side of the Downs, surrounded by yews and close to a large farm. The nave and chancel are mid-C11 in form and at least in part, with tall narrow proportions and nave walls that are only 2ft 0½in thick (SAC 87 () p48). The lower stage of the squat unbuttressed tower is. St Mary's Church, Sullington contains traces of Saxon Work although most of the fine church you can see today dates from the early 13th century. The church contains a well worn stone effigy of a crusader which is thought to have inspired the writer AJ Cronin to write his novel A Thing of Beauty (), a book which had the alternate tile. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much g: Yesterday.

  As the seasons change there is the varying beauty of the South Downs rising to feet. Immediately to the north can be seen the fine old Manor House. Approaching along Sullington Lane observe the massive, weather-boarded and tiled barn with a fine tie-beam roof, dated , said to be the finest example of a Tithe barn to be found in West Sussex. The Sullington memorial is in the form of what looks like a light on the top of a tapering column set into a base outside the parish church, a dedicatory tablet is set at the foot of the column, in fact the column is actually an "ancient mill-roller" (source: local author Colin Ulph in his book "Southdown Walks"). This is one of the interesting pieces of local history within a little book by R.L. Hayward, Yesterday in Sullington. Like so many Sussex villages, Sullington has been well served by a local chronicler. In an alcove in the tower of the church there is an effigy of a knight, . Sullington Warren is small but winding paths, slopes and narrow bands of woodland break up the view and so create the illusion of size and space. This is a place where you can enjoy a bit of peace and quiet. Come to the central grassy area known as ‘The Green’ to have a picnic, play ball with your children or sit in the sun with a book.