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St Mark's church, Staplefield In front of St Mark’s Church, Staplefield is what seems to be a shrub in full bloom. In the Rose ...
St Mark's church, Staplefield Another view of St Mark’s church, Staplefield taken from its most photogenic side! Most pictures...
St Mark's church, Staplefield For a pleasant change a photographer has ventured into the field adjacent to Staplefield church and ...
Harvest Festival at St Mark's church, Staplefield St Mark’s church is well decorated for the harvest festival of 1907. It is no surprise that all ...
Remembrance Day at Slaugham Church For many years following the end of WWII, the Remembrance Day parade involved marching to Slaugham c...
Slaugham church choir There is an impressive number in the Slaugham church choir even without any female members. It was ...
Slaugham choir trip to Chichester cathedral Many members of the Slaugham choir visited Chichester cathedral to sing in a festival and this newsp...
Confirmation at Slaugham church This photograph depicts a major event in the Slaugham church calendar being a visit by the Bishop to...
Funeral of Philip Secretan at Slaugham church The Secretan family lived at Slaugham Park until Philip Secretan died in 1930 at the age of 85. Whe...
Funeral of Philip Secretan at Slaugham church The funeral cortège for Philip Secretan processed from Slaugham Park (see picture #574) to the chur...
Funeral of James Edwards at Slaugham church James Albert Edwards was headmaster of Slaugham school from 1870 to 1878, and Handcross school from ...
The verger beneath the lych gate at Slaugham The lych gate was erected in 1903 and it certainly looks quite fresh in this undated photograph. ...

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