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Married there, 44 years ago !!!

Very "imposante" Church with its beautiful flint-stone architecture ... Love the very unique Porch... read more

Reviewed 29 August 2016
South East England, United Kingdom
A lovely old church dating back to the 11th Century

St Leonards Church is in the middle of Seaford and it stands out as a major landmark. The church... read more

Reviewed 20 June 2016
Woking, United Kingdom
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Church Lane, Seaford BN25 1HL, England
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Reviewed 26 June 2017

St. Leonards is the largest church in Seaford. A few years ago the church was closed so that the pews could be removed and a new floor fitted. At the same time parishioners bought the chairs on which they worship and a new lower altar...More

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Reviewed 23 June 2017

I would love to have seen how this church featured as centre to the community 900 years ago. It is somewhat lost in the centre of town now. It is very bright and open on the inside, not musty like some churches of similar vintage.

Thank CrumpySeaford
Reviewed 30 April 2017

An old church and graveyard in the middle of the town nothing special . Architecture is similar to many others of the period and as a confirmed atheist any spiritual aspect is lost on me.

Thank Bryan T
Reviewed 19 April 2017

Check out the decorative heads to the churches columns, they are all different with one of them in Oak leaves. Oh and there is a church mouse about in the building of mixed structures from 11th Century. Great spot for a wee prayer and look...More

Thank Mark G
Reviewed 17 April 2017

Why call it a chapel ? It reminds me of so many others in the Welsh Valley's Chapels of varying faiths but many are now being sold off for housing Not so here, a delightful place of worship for almost 1,000 The thought of the...More

Thank KingCuffWulfe
Reviewed 17 April 2017

I love architecture so I get easily fascinated for the old buildings. It is in the centern a bit on the top of the town. Nice

Thank luis226
Reviewed 21 October 2016

You can see this wonderful ancient church before you reach Seaford as it is a landmark standing above the buildings even today.It is interesting to stand and think what it must have looked like 900 years ago with only humble dwellings around it. It must...More

Thank Henry W
Reviewed 29 August 2016

Very "imposante" Church with its beautiful flint-stone architecture ... Love the very unique Porch Entrance and please to see that St Leonards Church has resisted all these long years among the changing and growing modern ugly buildings which are surrounding it and has kept its...More

Thank Pierre-Loup-DeCam
Reviewed 30 July 2016

I have known this Church for many years and have been to many services over the years, most happy (Christmas etc..) and some sad. The building is very calm and a sense of tranquility is instant. The surrounding grounds and cemetery are well kept and...More

Thank Shortis
Reviewed 20 June 2016

St Leonards Church is in the middle of Seaford and it stands out as a major landmark. The church dates back to the 11th Century. The main and attractive tower which is 68 foot high was erected in the latter part of the 15th century....More

1  Thank Richard10
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