Taken in one of the old cobbled streets of Rye - this door was tiny, well not much taller than me which isn't difficult the door knocker was tiny too so went in close for this one, was about colour and texture for me. The knocker represents Rye Church - some info' below...
For more than 900 years the Parish Church of Rye, dedicated to St Mary the Virgin, has dominated the hill on which the old town stands.
When the building of the present church was started, early in the 12th century, the town itself and much of the surrounding area was still held, under a Royal deed of gift, by the Abbey of Fecamp in Normandy. It is because of this link with Fecamp and the fact that it had become an important member of the Cinque Ports Confederation that Rye has such a magnificent church, which has sometimes been called 'the Cathedral of East Sussex'.
Thanks as always for your time, your thoughts/comments are very welcome
Regards - Sarah J x