St. Mary's Church, Rye (6) Location map
 
  St. Mary's Church, Rye, Sussex, England, Great Britain   St. Mary's Church, Rye.

The Nave looking towards the altar and the East End.

 

 

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  View of St. Mary's Church, Rye, Sussex, England, Great Britain   St. Mary's Church, Rye.

The west window of St. Mary's Church was donated by the 'Mapp & Lucia' author E. F. Benson and dedicated to his parents, Archbishop and Mrs. Benson.

E. F. Benson himself is kneeling in his mayoral robes in the bottom right corner.

Although not very old it is a very beautiful window.

 

 

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  View of the 16th century clock mechanism in St. Mary's Church, Rye, Sussex, England, Great Britain   The Turret Clock, St. Mary's Church, Rye.

This clock was built around 1562 by a man from Winchelsea and is said to be the oldest turret clock still operational with its original works in England..

 

 

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  View of the bells in the church tower, Rye, Sussex, England, Great Britain   St. Mary's Church, Rye.

Looking down on the bell chamber from the steps to the top of the tower. There are eight bells altogether.

 

 

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  View of St. Mary's Church, Rye, Sussex, England, Great Britain   St. Mary's Church, Rye.

This shows the Chapel of St. Clare with the 14th century carved wooden screen at the entrance.

 

 

 

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