Fyfield - St Nicholas
This sturdy church was built by the Norman conquerors in the 12th century from local flint rubble. Unusually, the tower, which incorporates re-used Roman material, was built at the east end of the nave. The chancel was added to the east side of the tower in the 14th century, when a new roof was also built on the nave. Alterations to the nave arch at that time weakened the second stage of the tower which eventually cause it to collapse, but it was re-built in the current red brick around the end of the 18th century.