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Please do you have any information regarding the arrow in the wall at St Wulfram's church, Ovingdean? My dad remembers seeing it in the wall and was informed that it was removed and taken to a museum. Please could you find out for me and the circumstances as to to how it ended up in the wall.
Many thanks

By Blaise Kriek (16/04/2009)

Is the first female barrister, Helena Normanton, buried on the graveyard?

Editor's note: If you look here Dom you can read about her grave.

By Dom K (19/06/2009)

I was married in this wonderful little church. We had about 70 guests to the wedding and it was so small that some could not get in the church. Also my groom had to stand behind me as there was not enough room for us to stand side by side. When we knelt for part of the service - he knelt on the back of my dress. I went to get up ahead of him and the back of my dress got ripped a little, not enough to ruin the dress or the day.

By Jeanne Clarke-Walker (nee Cornwell) (02/01/2012)

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