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© Mr Robert J Harvey ARPS

IoE Number: 292942
Photographer: Mr Robert J Harvey ARPS
Date Photographed: 10 September 1999
Date listed: 20 August 1965
Date of last amendment: 20 August 1965
Grade II*

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GLYNDE5206The Parish Church ofSt Mary the VirginTQ 4509 31/52620.8.65

GLYNDE 1. 5206 The Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin TQ 4509 31/526 20.8.65 II* 2. Church of England. Built by John Morris of Lewes to the design of Sir Thomas Robinson in 1763-5 for Dr Richard Trevor of Glynde Place who was Bishop of Durham from 1752-1771. The north, south and east walls are of cobbles on a ashlar base. The west or entrance front is faced with knapped flints on an ashlar base with ashlar quoins and pediment set in a wooden surround with modillions. Stone cartouche of the arms of Dr Richard Trevor in the tympanum of the pediment. Above is an ashlar cupola containing a bell. Large ashlar porch with pediment containing a round-headed doorway with semi-circular fanlight and large double doors. The interior retains its contemporary fittings such as box-pews and screen. But the gallery was inserted in 1841 and the chancel repaired in 1894. The east window was designed by William Peckitt.

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