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Latitude: 51.0415 / 51°2'29"N
Longitude: -0.6099 / 0°36'35"W
OS Eastings: 497550
OS Northings: 127824
OS Grid: SU975278
Mapcode National: GBR FFT.NLX
Mapcode Global: FRA 96MC.D6Y
Entry Name: Holy Trinity Church
Listing Date: 31 January 2002
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1389697
English Heritage Legacy ID: 488424
Location: Ebernoe, Chichester, West Sussex, GU28
County: West Sussex
Traditional County: Sussex
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): West Sussex
Church of England Parish: Ebernoe Holy Trinity
Church of England Diocese: Chichester
31-JAN-02 Holy Trinity Church
Church. Designed in 1867 by Habershon and Brock on a site given by Mr Peachey of Ebernoe House. Gothic style. Built of red brick with polychrome decoration in yellow and black brick, Wealden sandstone dressings, tiled roof and timber framed porch. Four bay nave with bellcote to west end, south porch, two bay lower chancel and north east vestry.
EXTERIOR: Nave has four double lancets divided by triangular buttresses. West end has projecting central window with trefoil with quatrefoil above and gabled bellcote flanked by single lancets. South porch has brick and stone base but timber framed superstructure gabled tiled roof. Lower chancel has two pointed windows and traceried east window. Gabled vestry with two cambered headed windows and chimneystack.
INTERIOR: Arched braced roof to nave with boarding, barrel-vaulted roof to chancel, chancel arch on brackets with stencilled text, font, pews,1914 stained glass to east and west windows, tiled floor and house organ of c1920.
HISTORY: Mr Peachey of Ebernoe House endowed the land and a right of way because the church at Kirdford was too distant. The building cost £1200 to build.
[ Pevsner "Buildings of England: Sussex" p217. ]
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