St Andrew, Bishopstone
Places Of Worship
Title: St Andrew, Bishopstone
Description: A large proportion of the nave plus the present porch, which was originally a side chamber, are some of the earliest Saxon works in Sussex and probably date from the ninth century. Most of the rest of the church, including the west tower and chancel are twelfth-century Norman additions. Items of interest include a coffin lid in the south wall of the tower dating from the twelfth century, the doorway with its chevron mouldings, which were inserted in the porch and a Saxon sundial above the doorway.
Address: Bishopstone Road, Bishopstone, Nr Seaford, East Sussex