Church of England Diocese of Chichester Fletching

Facilities and features

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Accessibility

A single, fully accessible unisex toilet is available during services.

Baby changing facilities are available during services.

Unrestricted car parking is available in the street.

A single, fully accessible unisex toilet is available during services.

Please ask for the ramp to be deployed for your use.

Hearing (induction) Loop

Assistance dogs are always welcome.


Our Building

We are open at all times for anyone wishing for peace and tranquillity

Our Church is Grade 1 listed and kept in good repair with the financial assistance of The Friends of Fletching


Music and Worship

The bell ringers normally practice on Friday evenings at 8pm and then ring for Eucharist on Sundays.

The Fletching organ is a two manual instrument with tracker action, built by Forster & Andrews of Hull. It was installed in 1880 following a major restoration of the church by the architect John Oldrid Scott. It has remained largely unchanged over the years, so it still sounds very much as it would have done 135 years ago.
It has 21 stops and over 900 pipes. It was overhauled in 1901, an electric blower was added in 1934 and during restoration in 1973 by JW Walker the pedal board was given electric action. Since then the only major work was a further overhaul in the 1990s, when also the front pipes were repainted.

The choir sing at Parish Eucharist on Sundays and normally practice on the first Wednesday of the month at 7pm.


Groups, Courses and Activities


Help for Visitors

Laminated guides are available in the church. A detailed guidebook may also be bought in the church.


Other Features

The West end of the church is available for hire.