This talk looks at the wide variety of churches to be visited in Sussex, from those built by the Saxons to those in the nineteenth century that charged for admittance. Flint is the local building material but having a coastline meant that other, more expensive, materials could be brought from elsewhere, so the churches really do vary in appearance. The lecture looks not just at the architecture of the buildings but at a variety of stained glass, furnishings, and monuments. John has written a popular book entitled `Exploring Sussex Churches`.
- Duration: 45 mins
- Online Zoom Event: An event held in person
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Meet The Speaker, John
John has been a professional historian and speaker for over 40 years. For much of that time, John also taught at the University of Kent as well as for the WEA and Denman College. His specialist subject is ecclesiology – the study of church architecture and associated topics.
Preparing for the Event
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