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The Parish Church of St Mark

A Grade II Listed Building in Hadlow Down, East Sussex

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Latitude: 50.9967 / 50°59'48"N

Longitude: 0.1787 / 0°10'43"E

OS Eastings: 552980

OS Northings: 124184

OS Grid: TQ529241

Mapcode National: GBR MRD.HYW

Mapcode Global: FRA C68G.TPP

Entry Name: The Parish Church of St Mark

Listing Date: 31 December 1982

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1028311

English Heritage Legacy ID: 296230

Location: Hadlow Down, Wealden, East Sussex, TN22

County: East Sussex

District: Wealden

Civil Parish: Hadlow Down

Built-Up Area: Hadlow Down

Traditional County: Sussex

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): East Sussex

Church of England Parish: Buxted and Hadlow Down

Church of England Diocese: Chichester

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Listing Text

HADLOW DOWN The Parish Church of
St Mark
TQ 52 SW 27/591
Chancel, south chapel, nave and west tower forming porch on ground floor with
broached shingled spire above.
Nave and tower built in 1836. Architect William Moseley. Chancel added
in 1913. Architect G Fellowes-Prynne. C14 Gothic. Stone.

Listing NGR: TQ5298024184

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