St Peter & St Mary, Fishersgate

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Close to harbour and in the midst of contemporary housing estate, this church formally became part of the parish of Southwick in 2004. It is designed in a neo-Romanesque style and is a good example of a low budget inter-war church.

The church was declared redundant in November 2008. The building is to be developed as a Healthy Living Centre and Children's Centre.

It is currently being used by various community organisations for weekly meetings.

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A Church Near You ID: 5154
Diocesan ID: AD2013
Built: 1938
Architect: L Keir Hett (also built Christ the King S Patcham & St Andrew Moulsecoomb)
Archdeaconry: CHICHESTER (101)
Deanery: HOVE (10104)
Benefice: Southwick (10/315BK)
Parish Legal Name: Southwick (100104 10/104)
CofE Church Info: (610104 10/105)
Short URL: acny.co.uk/5154/
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St Peter & St Mary : Gardner Rd, Fishersgate, West Sussex, BN41 1QS
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