• Gothic Style Cathedral

    Gothic Style Cathedral

    This magnificent 940 year old Cathedral is a living church with a spire that dominates the horizon for miles around. Medieval stone carvings sit alongside world famous contemporary works of art. There are a number of additional spaces and buildings within the Cathedral quarter. The Cathedral church is surrounded by a green, and on the…

  • 13th Century Chancel On A Nature Reserve

    13th Century Chancel On A Nature Reserve

    This church stands in a tranquil corner of a large churchyard, down a little lane. At first sight it appears to be a simple cemetery chapel. In fact it is the 13th century chancel of a large Norman church. The main part of the church was removed in 1864 and rebuilt in a coastal town…

  • Quirky Shopping Arcade

    Quirky Shopping Arcade

    Quirky shopping arcade located in the heart of an historic market town on the egde of the beautiful South Downs National Park. With its unique shops, coloured glass windows, high ceilings and ornate railings, this almost Harry Potter-ish little hidden gem is a delightful location for filming and photography!

  • Grade I Listed Medieval Church With Wall Paintings

    Grade I Listed Medieval Church With Wall Paintings

    In an idyllic rural setting on the South Downs, in a loop of the river Arun, this church is a beautiful place to stumble upon. It is in the simple shape of a cross and remains virtually unaltered since medieval times; its calm and peaceful atmosphere evokes centuries of prayer. Though not large, its simplicity…

  • 12th Century Church With Norman Carvings

    12th Century Church With Norman Carvings

    The entrance to this 12th century flint church looks like something out of a medieval fantasy – three rows of Norman carvings arch over a thick wooden door set with ornamental hinge straps. Inside, creatures unlike anything found in nature peer down from the chancel arch. They are called ‘beakheads’ – boggle-eyed monsters with beaks,…