St Augustine's Church, Flimwell

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St Augustine's, Flimwell
The church from the south
OS grid reference TQ 7246 3088
Denomination Church of England
Website St Augustine church, Flimwell
History
Dedication Augustine of Canterbury
Administration
Deanery Rotherfield
Archdeaconry Lewes and Hastings
Diocese Chichester
Province Canterbury
Clergy
Vicar(s) Rev. Tim Mills

St Augustine's Church is the Anglican parish church of Flimwell,[1] a village in the Rother district of East Sussex, England. It was consecrated in 1839 after architect Decimus Burton had built the nave and tower, which was then topped with a spire in 1873. The building was extended six years later by the addition of a chancel. The church has grade II listed building status.[2]

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Coordinates: 51°03′05″N 0°27′33″E / 51.0514°N 0.4593°E / 51.0514; 0.4593