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Entrance is via a glass door and inside, the floor had been relaid and is shiny and clean. The walls are covered with many very shiny plaques including one to a V. C. winner and there is a small chapel in which there is a...More
A truly must for all visitors to Seaford. A large portion of the church itself was built before the Normandy invasion so there is a lot of history to the church. It is located right in the heart of the town.
St. Leonards is the largest church in Seaford. A few years ago the church was closed so that the pews could be removed and a new floor fitted. At the same time parishioners bought the chairs on which they worship and a new lower altar...More
I would love to have seen how this church featured as centre to the community 900 years ago. It is somewhat lost in the centre of town now. It is very bright and open on the inside, not musty like some churches of similar vintage.
Check out the decorative heads to the churches columns, they are all different with one of them in Oak leaves. Oh and there is a church mouse about in the building of mixed structures from 11th Century. Great spot for a wee prayer and look...More
Why call it a chapel ?
It reminds me of so many others in the Welsh Valley's Chapels of varying faiths but many are now being sold off for housing
Not so here, a delightful place of worship for almost 1,000
The thought of the...More