Our Lady Immaculate and St. Philip Neri (1st Church), (Uckfield)

Denomination:

Roman Catholic.

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Address:

Church Street, Uckfield.

Grid reference currently unknown.

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Burials:

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Marriages:

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Building information:

Built: 1885.

Demolished: c. 1957.

Architect: F. A. Walters.

Current use: Demolished.

Documents:

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Notes:

Uckfield's first RC church was at Ringles Cross, under the patronage of the Dutchess of Norfolk. In the early 1880s a temporary iron church and attached school was erected on a three-quarter of an acre site in Church Street. A more permanent structure was built, according to Elleray, in 1885 (although Fuller & Turner cite 1896). This building was replaced by new church with same dedication 1957 - 61 at a new site in New Town.

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