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Domus Dei

By keving
This Church dates back to 1212 and was originally a hospice to shelter and help pilgrims arriving on these shores before progressing their way onto Canterbury, Winchester or Chichester.

It was also the place where Charles II was married in 1662. and has hosted many visiting allied sovereigns

Sadly, it was bombed in 1941 by the Lufwaffe and although the Chancel was saved, the Nave was gutted.

It remains open for worship and visitors

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