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Dan Gregory 28 July, 2006
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St. Marys

The hamlet of Barlavington, pronounced "Barlton", shelters below the woods of Barlavington Hanger on the north side of the South Downs, close to Sutton with which it is combined as a parish.
The church neighbours a farm off Folly Lane, which leads from the A285 at the foot of Duncton Hill.
This small church, built of rough sandstone, is dated 1160 to 1190, and was reconstructed in 1874.
more info - ACNY - Sussex Parish Churches org
churches index - - Rother Valley Trail link

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