St Cosmas & St Damian, Keymer
The parish church of Saints COSMAS AND DAMIAN has a chancel, with flint walls, of the 12th century, but the remainder of the structure was rebuilt in 1866 from the designs of Edmund Scott. The church consists of a chancel, nave, north and south aisles, south porch, and west tower with a small spire above it. The east window of the chancel has ancient angle-dressings to the inner splays and a chamfered segmental reararch with old voussoirs, but otherwise all the stone dressings have been renewed.
There are six bells, one of 1791, one of 1866, and four of 1911.The registers date from 1601.
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