Surrounded by lush, green Sussex countryside, the church of St Oswald's has seen a few changes over the years, its name included. Documents show this 11th century place of worship was originally dedicated to All Saints, then St James and finally St Oswald's.
Inside you will find a Saxon font, a restored centuries old dug-out chest formerly for storing coal, a lovely cambered tie beam roof and memorials to the family of 'Mad Jack Fuller', who even had his own coat of arms.
The churchyard is a very tranquil spot, great for Harmer plaque hunting or quiet contemplation. St Oswald's is down Church Lane off the B2059 just past Hooe Common, East Sussex.