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© Mr Robin Earl LRPS

IoE Number: 297311
Location: CHURCH OF ST JULIAN, ST JULIANS LANE (south side)
  SHOREHAM BY SEA, ADUR, WEST SUSSEX
Photographer: Mr Robin Earl LRPS
Date Photographed: 21 August 1999
Date listed: 08 May 1950
Date of last amendment: 08 May 1950
Grade I

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In the entry for: SHOREHAM-BY-SEA ST JULIANS LANE 3/60 KINGSTON-BY-SEA (south side) Church of St Julian The former listing date shall be added to read: 29/9/72 ------------------------------------ in the entry for SHOREHAM-BY-SEA ST JULIANS LANE 3/60 KINGSTON-BY-SEA (South side) Church of St Julian The former listing date shall be amended to read 8.5.50 ------------------------------------ SHOREHAM-BY-SEA ST JULIANS LANE, TQ 20 NW 3/60 KINGSTON-BY-SEA (south side) Church of St Julian GV I Church. C11 and C13. Nave and north aisle, central tower, chancel. Flint with stone dressings; Horsham slab roofs over nave and chancel, pyramidally-hipped pantile roof over tower. Nave walls C11, 2 bays with C19 neo-Perpendicular windows except that to the left on the south side, a tall very thin lancet. Small south porch, gabled with pointed-arched entrance. New tower with buttress-stair tower to south. Fourteen bay chancel. Separately-roofed north aisle, rebuilt in C20, only about half the length of the nave. Interior: C18 two decker pulpit. Made up of re-used twin fold panelling. Two medieval bench-ends, box pews and early C17 singing wooden singing pew. C13 screen with hanging ogees. Tombs. Wroham tomb. Late Perpendicular with an ogee arch against vertical panelling a small group of the Resurrection, Pieta and Trinity, defaced. Eastern Sepulchre. Square niche with moulded arch over panel inside.

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