Lindfield in West Sussex is full of pollarded lime trees and its name evokes the linden, another name for lime. Originally a Saxon settlement ‘open land with lime trees’ with a minster church, this version of the church is less old and was the result of a substantial rebuild in the fourteenth century. Charles Eamer Kempe, the renowned designer and stained glass manufacturer had his studio behind the church at his home of Old Place and was a churchwarden for a number of years, until a surreal falling out over the church bells put an end to that relationship. Interestingly there are windows from his works and several other items donated by him in the church, but none designed by Kempe himself.
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