St Andrew & St Mary the Virgin, Fletching
An early English style cruciform church. Not mentioned in the Domesday Book, but the Tilgate sandstone tower of this church shows traces of work dating from the late Saxon/early Norman period. The present building was completed in around 1230 and was originally dedicated to Our Lady St. Mary.
It is said that Simon de Montfort sat a vigil here on the eve of the Battle of Lewes in 1264.
Only a small amount of graffiti found, but there is a good example of a head on one of the piers.