Berwick Church welcomes you.
St Michael & All Angels Church, Berwick, BN26 6SR
Open from 9am til dusk every day of the year, unless being used for worship or events.
Berwick Church can be found nestled at the top of a quiet lane in the village of Berwick, just off the main A27 between Lewes and Eastbourne.
By Train: Berwick railway station is a 1.32 mile walk from the church (the majority of which is on a dedicated public footpath and cycleway). The Cuckmere Valley Rambler Bus operates an hourly service from Berwick Station to Alfriston, via Berwick Crossraoads at weekends and Bank Holiday Mondays. Please click here for details.
By Bus: Rider Bus Service 125/38 operates Monday to Saturday along the A27 from Lewes to Alfriston stopping at Berwick Village crossroads (approx. 0.34 miles walk from Berwick church). Please click here for a Lewes area timetable.
Where to eat:
The church is surrounded by great places to eat and relax. The Cricketers pub in the village of Berwick itself, the Barley Mow pub on the A27 at Selemeston and the Berwick Inn, opposite Berwick train station.
The five churches in the Benefice are set in some of the most beautiful scenery in Sussex. There is a good network of well-used paths and bridleways connecting them, and a wide variety of public houses and tea rooms, etc, en route.
A suggested circular walk is available here.
For a glimpse of some of the flora and fauna you may see whist walking, please click here.
Further Ideas and Information
You may be interested in the following website links:
The Diocese of Chichester
Archbishop of Canterbury
The Church of England
Alciston and Selmeston Village Hall Website
Berwick Parish Council
Arlington Bluebell Walk
East Sussex County Council Rights of Way Maps
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