COOMBES Church

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COOMBES Church


Coombes Church is perched on the side of a hill on the edge of the small farming hamlet of Coombes. Mentioned in Domesday, both the church and tiny community date from Saxon times. The name may be older. Apart from the charming location, the church is famed for its astonishing medieval wall paintings, dating from 1130, which were discovered in 1949. It is a real treasure, set in the South Downs National Park and not far from Shoreham

Region/Nation
Location/Address
Coombes
County
West Sussex
Post Code
BN15 0RS
Main Historic Period
Saxon
Tip/Nearby
St Botolphs, Cissbury Ring, Arundel
Primary Management
Local Authority

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