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The old Tin Church in Pease Pottage
The Slaugham Archive
The old Tin Church in Pease Pottage

In 1958 an interesting article appeared in the Crawley Courier containing a useful history of the so-called “Tin Church” in Pease Pottage and describes its final few months as a place of worship,
Whether the title deeds were eventually found, I know not, but in due course the building was sold and for several years used as a factory before being demolished.
Further photographs and information can be found at picture #162 and picture #163.
The Large Version shows the complete newspaper article,
It is interesting to note that at one time there was a proposal to build a new church and village hall in a quieter part of the village in Horsham Road. This never took place and worship continued in the Church of the Ascension before that too ceased to be a consecrated church. See picture #1196 for further information.

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