Chichester St Paul, Sussex

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Chichester St Paul is an Ecclesiastical Parish in the county of Sussex, created in 1837 from&nbsp; [[Chichester_St_Peter_the_Great,_Sussex]]&nbsp; Ancient Parish. <br>  
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Chichester St Paul is an Ecclesiastical Parish in the county of Sussex, created in 1837 from&nbsp; [[Chichester St Peter the Great, Sussex]]&nbsp; Ancient Parish. <br>  
  
 
The church of ST. PAUL in the Broyle Road was built of flint with stone dressings and slate roof in 1836, in the 13th-century style. It consists of a large rectangular nave with chancel recess and a gallery at the west end. At the western extremity is a tower of three stages, beneath which is the porch; there is also an entrance in the south wall.<br>The tower contains a bell by Thomas Mears, 1836.<br>The plate consists of a modern chalice, paten and flagon of silver and a Sheffield plate cruet.  
 
The church of ST. PAUL in the Broyle Road was built of flint with stone dressings and slate roof in 1836, in the 13th-century style. It consists of a large rectangular nave with chancel recess and a gallery at the west end. At the western extremity is a tower of three stages, beneath which is the porch; there is also an entrance in the south wall.<br>The tower contains a bell by Thomas Mears, 1836.<br>The plate consists of a modern chalice, paten and flagon of silver and a Sheffield plate cruet.  

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Parish History

Chichester St Paul is an Ecclesiastical Parish in the county of Sussex, created in 1837 from  Chichester St Peter the Great, Sussex  Ancient Parish.

The church of ST. PAUL in the Broyle Road was built of flint with stone dressings and slate roof in 1836, in the 13th-century style. It consists of a large rectangular nave with chancel recess and a gallery at the west end. At the western extremity is a tower of three stages, beneath which is the porch; there is also an entrance in the south wall.
The tower contains a bell by Thomas Mears, 1836.
The plate consists of a modern chalice, paten and flagon of silver and a Sheffield plate cruet.

From: 'Chichester: Churches (Anglican)', A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 3 (1935), pp. 160-164. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=41675 Date accessed: 07 April 2011.

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