St Margaret's Church
Church / Chapel
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St Margaret's is built of flint and stone and is a mixture of Saxon, Norman early English, Victorian and modern, design and construction. Seven of the beautiful brightly coloured stained glass windows in the tower and the chancel were made by William Morris from designs by Sir Edward Burne-Jones. There is a replica of the church in Glendale, California called "The church of the Recessional" in honour of Kipling's famous poem. Memorials to famous residents and long-standing Rottingdean families are to be found within the church building and grounds.
Map & Directions
From Brighton travel east along the A259 until you reach Rottingdean, turn left then into the Green and the Church is on the right.
Public Transport Directions
Local Buses stop nearby.
Tel: +44 (0)1273 309216
|2021 (1 Jan 2021 - 31 Dec 2021)|