St Denys', Rotherfield

St Denys Church

This picturesque village has a population of about 3000 people and the Parish incorporates parts of Eridge Green and Mark Cross. The centre of the village includes many Grade 2 listed buildings as well as the Grade 1 listed Church of St Denys. Rotherfield village was designated a Conservation Area in the early 1970's. Ashdown Forest is close by and Tunbridge Wells some seven miles distant. Eastbourne and the coast are about 22 miles away.

St Denys' Church is open for visitors generally from 9am - dusk in the winter months (Oct to Mar) and 9am - 5pm in the summer (Apr to Sept).


The present sandstone building dates from about 1060 with the Nevill Chapel build over the original 8th century wooden building

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 War memorial

 The brass eagle lectern in St Denys'


 The pulpit at St Denys'

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