Church of St Andrew
off Bugshill Lane, Didling, West Sussex GU29 0LG
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St Andrew’s was constructed with flint walls, which are part rendered and white painted. There is a small west turret which houses one bell dated 1587. A ‘modern’ timber porch has been added to the north side.
There is no division between the nave and chancel at St Andrew’s, but the north wall of the church returns in at the end of the nave. Externally the quoin of this return looks like Saxon long and short work, but realistically this would be reuse of salvaged masonry. The south church wall continues in a straight line through nave and chancel The two south chancel windows have ogee heads which suggests that this wall was rebuilt in the 14th century. The east and north chancel walls both have two 13th century lancets.