Holy Trinity Church serves the ecclesiastical parish of Cuckfield. The earliest recorded date of the Church itself is 1092. Before his death in 1088, William de Warenne, 1st Earl of Surrey, drafted charters granting ‘all churches with appurtenances and all tithes’ to the Lewes Priory of St Pancras.

Holy Trinity Church serves the ecclesiastical parish of Cuckfield. The earliest recorded date of the Church itself is 1092. Before his death in 1088, William de Warenne, 1st Earl of Surrey, drafted charters granting ‘all churches with appurtenances and all tithes’ to the Lewes Priory of St Pancras.

Holy Trinity Church, Cuckfield

Holy Trinity Church, Cuckfield

Evidence of the original Norman church will now be below ground in the foundations of the present church. The current building dates from the 13th century, with additions over the centuries. In particular, extensive reordering was carried out in the mid-Victorian era and the Church has many features by the celebrated architect Bodley and designer C E Kempe.

Evidence of the original Norman church will now be below ground in the foundations of the present church. The current building dates from the 13th century, with additions over the centuries. In particular, extensive reordering was carried out in the mid-Victorian era and the Church has many features by the celebrated architect Bodley and designer C E Kempe.

Holy Trinity Church, Cuckfield (22 Oct 2011)

Holy Trinity Church, Cuckfield (22 Oct 2011)

In 1125, Bishop Ralph of Chichester confirmed the Warenne grants to St Pancras Priory, including ‘Cucufelda’, and in about 1200, William, 5th Earl of Surrey, granted land ‘to God and the Church of Holy Trinity of Cukufeld.’

In 1125, Bishop Ralph of Chichester confirmed the Warenne grants to St Pancras Priory, including ‘Cucufelda’, and in about 1200, William, 5th Earl of Surrey, granted land ‘to God and the Church of Holy Trinity of Cukufeld.’

The burial ground which is non-denominational, lies adjacent to Holy Trinity Church, a Grade I Listed Building. Burial stones can be found dating back to the eighteenth century.

The burial ground which is non-denominational, lies adjacent to Holy Trinity Church, a Grade I Listed Building. Burial stones can be found dating back to the eighteenth century.

Exterior view of Holy Trinity, Cuckfield

Exterior view of Holy Trinity, Cuckfield

Holy Trinity Church -- Cuckfield, England

Holy Trinity Church -- Cuckfield, England

Igreja no cemitério de Cuckfield

Igreja no cemitério de Cuckfield

Túmulos antigos no cemitério de Cuckfield

Túmulos antigos no cemitério de Cuckfield

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