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St Peters Church, Preston Village
photo- Leslie Whitcomb - - 1.5.1951 - - enlarge

St Peters Church, Preston Village
photo- Hassocks5489 - - 12 Apr. 2007 - - enlarge

St Peters Church, Preston Village
photo- Paul Gillett - - 7 April, 2012 - - enlarge

St Peters Church, Preston Village
photo- Paul Gillett - - 7 April, 2012

St Peters Church, Preston Village
photo- M. Eyre - - 19 December, 2014

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St Peters Church
Preston Park

Located near Preston Manor in the north of Preston Park
Standing on the site of two older churches and restored in the late 19th century and again after a serious fire in 1906.
It was the parish church of Preston until 1908, when the newly built St John the Evangelist's Church gained this status. St Peter's was declared redundant in 1990, and it is now owned by the Churches Conservation Trust.

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Preston Park

Preston Park is situated north of the centre of Brighton.
One of Brighton's largest parks, with 63 acres of lawns, formal borders and rose gardens, bowling greens, tennis courts and a small pond. The park was formally declared open on 8 November 1884.
The park remains green in summer because of an underground water source, known as the Wellesbourne, which also runs below Preston Park, London Road and The Level.

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