Uckfield – St Saviour

(image) This chapelry was built in 1972 to replace a ‘tin tabernacle’of 1904.  This had served the eastern part of the town, along the road to Framfield.  The stone-clad ground floor, with a rather minimal porch and short sanctuary, serves as a church, whilst the brick upper floor is used for residential purposes.  When not in use the sanctuary can be partitioned off, allowing the nave to be used for community purposes.

Fitting 

Glass: (Three ‘east’ lancets) A L Moore, 1906 (www.stainedglassrecords.org retrieved on 28/3/2013).  This was transferred from the previous church.

  

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My thanks to Nick Wiseman for the photographs.

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