Peru Subway Map

Go downhill along Roman Road, proceeding forward into the narrower Peru Subway Map Castle Lane, the noise of the traffic on the parallel bypass quite intrusive just here. Turn Peru Subway Map left at the end onto The Street to enter the village of Bramber. However, immediately upon reaching The Street, a path takes you off left to reach your second church, St Nicholas. It dates from the very first few years after the Norman Conquest and was built by William de Braose as part of the residences of the nearby Bramber Castle, and became effectively the castle chapel.

Although the church lost its transepts and chancel in the Civil War, the Norman chancel arch remains, and there is some Norman carving around it, including what Keith Spence in The Companion Guide To Kent And Sussex describes as a ‘very Chaucerian fox’! The church retains a tranquillity and simplicity that contrasts beautifully with the boldness of that of Steyning. Nearby is the ruin of the Norman castle, destroyed by the Parliamentarians in the Civil War; all that is left is a 76-foot-high fragment of masonry on a steep hill.

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