St Andrew’s Church is the parish church of Alfriston, East Sussex, England. This Grade I listed building was built in the 1370s and is also known as the ‘Cathedral of the Downs‘. It sits on a small, flint-walled mound, indicating that it was the site of a pre-Christian place of worship, in the middle of ‘the Tye’ (the local village green), overlooking the River Cuckmere, and is surrounded by the flowered graveyard. It is built in the form of a Greek cross.
I took this shot on a Sunday from the village green after the daily service.