St Laurence, Church Lane
St Laurence, Church Lane, Guestling, East Sussex TN35 4HS View on map
11th century church with a notable Norman arch into St John's chapel constructed by stonemasons from Canterbury Cathedral, is a grade I listed building in regular use. The churchyard contains the grave of Olive Brockwell, nanny to Christopher Robin and a section dedicated to victims of the plague. Following an extensive renovation programme conducted 2010 - 2012, the building is in a very good state of repair and is attractive to visit. The 1066 Way Footpath routes through the churchyard.
26th October to 27th March 2016 Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday: 9:60 am - 4pm 28th March to 30th October 2016 Daily 9:30am to 5pm 31st October - 31st December Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 9:30 - 4pm
- Is part of Ride and Stride
One third of a mile east of A259 at Guestling Green on signposted minor road. Rail: Three Oaks (2 miles), Hastings (4 miles). Bus: No 100 (Hastings to Rye) every hour.
An adjacent field can be made available for parking by a large number of visitors; by arrangement only
- Wheelchair access: Yes
- Disabled Toilets: Yes
- Assistance dogs: Yes