STEYNING Museum has launched a new exhibition which tells the story of St Andrew and St Cuthman Church.
It looks at the building itself, the music which has graced it over the years, how it has been decorated and embellished, and the story of some of the people who have been involved with it.
Volunteer Erica Gayler said: “It is surprising how many mysteries remain. Despite all the research that has been done over many years, there are still plenty of things which we do not know about the church, and visitors to the exhibition have a chance to consider what the answers might be.
“New objects and images from the church’s past continue to come to light and the exhibition provides the opportunity to show them to the public for the first time.”
Steyning Museum is opposite the parish church and entry is free. It is open 10.30am to 12.30pm and 2.30pm to 4pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 10.30am to 4pm on Saturday, and 2.30pm to 4pm on Sunday.
The Story of Our Church exhibition will run until April, 2016.
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