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The first record of a church in Limpsfield is in the Domesday Book in 1086. Although no part of the original church survives today, the oldest part of the present church building is the south aisle and tower, thought to have been built around 1180.
The church set above the road would have been a focal point when it was originally built. Now ten centuries on, St Peter’s church and churchyard remain at the heart of the Limpsfield community serving all people locally and beyond.
Facilities are available by prior arrangement.
Among those buried in the churchyard at Frederick Delius, Sir Thomas Beecham, Norman del Mar and Dr Eileen Joyce. Further details can be found on the church website.