Church of The Holy Spirit, Rye Harbour :: Shared Description

The church of the Holy Spirit at Rye Harbour was built in 1849 in the gothic style, thanks to the kindness of Mr & Mrs William Lucas Shadwell, who owned a local estate. The building, designed by Samuel Sanders Teulon, was constructed of local blue stone and Caen stone. Teulon was a distinguished figure in the history of the gothic revival.
The church was extended in 1912 by a Mr C Spooner with a new Chancel in the 'Arts & Crafts' style, its glory being the roof in the shape of an upturned boat.
Grade II listed.
by N Chadwick
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Created: Tue, 20 Apr 2021, Updated: Tue, 20 Apr 2021

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