Shoreham-by-Sea has been here a long time, and as you walk around you’ll pass through centuries of English history. 18th century townhouses and cottages, Victorian terraces and some sixties horrors all sit side by side. This 12th century church is fascinating – built soon after the Normans arrived, it has stood at the heart of the town ever since. You can see thousand year old stone carvings Norman arches and sturdy ceilings as the backdrop for this group show.
Edge along the pews to look at paintings displayed around the columns, Karolyn Mnich’s prints “South Down Walks” in greens and blues and Tom Aylwin’s Coffee Table in fumed English oak and ash with glass.