St Giles, Shermanbury
St Giles, Shermanbury, West Sussex RH13 8HF View on map
Small rural church, Saxon in origin and included in the Doomsday Book. Several early features including 13th century piscina and font. The chancel was re-constructed in the 18th century and was extended westwards when a gallery and porch were added.
Church open on Saturdays between 10.00am to 4.00pm 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 service from Horsham to Brighton.
- Wheelchair access: No
- Disabled Toilets: No
- Assistance dogs: Yes