St Philip's, Burwash Weald
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A lovely church well worth a visit. Beautifully attended. Built 141 years ago it was a result of the vision of the Trower Sisters.
The site of the church was given by Miss Georgina Trower of Hollyhurst Farm (now Buckles), Burwash Common; the foundation stone was laid on 20 August 1866 and the Bishop of Chichester consecrated the church on 29 August 1867. The architect was William Slater, and the builders were Messrs Baldock and Brooker of Hurst Green. Burwash Weald was constituted a consolidated chapelry in October 1877, created from the parishes of Burwash, Mayfield and Heathfield.
PLEASE NOTE TO CHECK SERVICE TIMES AS WE ARE IN A PERIOD OF INTERREGNUM AND LOOKING FOR A NEW PRIEST.
We have put our monthly magazine on-line - please visit Friends of St Philips website and select Parish Magazine
We urgently need to raise £50,000 to replace the heating system . Please see HEATING APPEAL. under NEWS
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