St Wilfrid's Church in Haywards Heath. Oddly to date it is the only one of our church cards for which we have included the dedication. St Wilfrid will not have had anything to do with this church, but his name is marked in Sussex and Hampshire in spite of his longest association being with Northumbria, straddling his time based in Selsey.
St Wilfrid's church is built on the highest ground of the old heathland and was designed by George Frederick Bodley, who was a pupil of George Gilbert Scott. Anywhere else and being constructed on high ground might attract attention, but Haywards Heath as a settlement in need of a church really grew up following the coming of the railway in 1841 and the church was built between 1863-1865.
This view is from Victoria Park, which is in fact the other side of the previous A272 that runs to the south of the churchyard. It is where you can get the best and calmest views of the church.
For now this card comes cellophane wrapped, but this will alter as stocks change. They are blank to allow you to say whatever you would like to say. The accompanying envelope is white