Appeal on behalf of St.Michael and All Angels, Little Horsted
There is good reason to believe that a Church has stood at Little Horsted since Saxon times, when the Saxon invaders established a “Horstede”, or station for horses, in this locality.
The oldest part of the Church is 12th century; the Tower was built in the 15th century and extensively repaired during Victorian times. However, restoration is now required to preserve this Grade II listed Church.
£75,000.00 is targeted to upgrade the Heating, Electrics, Water Supply and Pathways, and the Appeal was launched on Mothering Sunday 30th March, 2014, with “The Great Teddy Bear Parachute Challenge” from the Church Tower.
To download an information pamphlet about the Appeal please click here.
To view photographs of the Event click here.