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St Giles, Shermanbury

St Giles, Shermanbury, West Sussex RH13 8HF View on map

Small rural church, Saxon in origin and included in the Domesday Book. Several early features including 13th-century piscina and font. The chancel was reconstructed in the 18th century and was extended westwards when a gallery and porch were added.


Opening Arrangements

Church open on Saturdays between 10am to 4pm from February to November. Additional access can be granted promptly by appointment through a key holder.


2 miles north of Henfield on A251. Church is located in a private park and access is by footpath only (approximately ¾ mile). Gates to the park are 150 yards north of The Bull Public House. Rail: Horsham (10 miles). Bus: no 17 from Horsham to Brighton.

Parking Spaces


Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: No
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes