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St Pancras, Arlington, Sussex-East
 
 Photo credit: Peter Olding

Ordnance Survey Grid Ref TQ542074
Listed Grade I
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Tower Spire
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A chiefly Anglo-Saxon flint church with some Early English and Decorated Gothic additions, this building has a 15th-century king post roof and faint remnants of wall murals. By 1850, the building was so dilapidated that it closed for restoration until 1893. Roman brickwork and remains of an earlier wooden and wattle-and-daub church have also been found.

This article uses material from the Wikipedia article "List of current places of worship in Wealden", which is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0.