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Tuesday 26th September

St. Peter's Church, Woodmancote

St. Peter's Church, Woodmancote Cover Photo
The parish church, St Peter's, stands alone beside the A281 road. Originally thirteenth century the church was largely rebuilt in 1868.

The parish was recorded in the Domesday book of 1086 as Odemancote. Two of the Lewes martyrs, burnt at the stake in 1556, Thomas Harland and John Oswald, came from Woodmancote.
CLOSURE FOR RESTORATION WORK

CLOSURE FOR RESTORATION WORK

St Peter's Church Woodmancote to close for restoration work from 18th September

SUSSEX HARMONY - 25th Birthday Tour

SUSSEX HARMONY - 25th Birthday Tour

A chance to listen to sacred and secular music in fourpart harmony, as it would have been sung and played in your parish church in the 18th and 19th centuries.

DOES WOODMANCOTE PARISH HALL HAVE A FUTURE?

DOES WOODMANCOTE PARISH HALL HAVE A FUTURE?

Notice of important meeting to decide the future of Woodmancote Parish Hall

Easter Monday at Woodmancote

Easter Monday at Woodmancote

The annual Easter Monday Coffee Morning at St Peter’s Church, Woodmancote was a well-attended event.