Church of St Botoloph, Heene

Church of St Botoloph, Heene, Worthing, West Sussex, BN11 4LY View on map

St Botolph's Church is an Anglican church in the Heene area of the borough of Worthing, one of seven local government districts in the English county of West Sussex. It had 11th-century origins as a chapelry within the parish of West Tarring, but declined and fell into disuse by the 18th century. Neighbouring Worthing's rapid development as a seaside resort in the 19th century encouraged residential growth around the ancient village of Heene, and a new church with the same dedication was built to serve both Heene and the high-class planned estate of West Worthing. Edmund Scott's Early English Gothic-style church (listed at Grade C) stands next to the fragmentary ruins of the old church, which are listed separately at Grade II

Opening Arrangements

Regular services are held on Sunday morning, Wednesday lunchtime and Friday morning. Church is open every Friday morning for 3 hours and for 1 hour after Sunday service (11:30 - 12:30).

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St. Botolph's Church, Heene, Worthing

Parking Spaces

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