So we skip back in time for this location. An unused church in Brighton. We popped to check this place out after I had discovered it had been out of use for some time.
Having a snoop around we couldn't find any access, we was just about to leave when we were approached by the owner. We had a good chat and he told us about his plans for the church. Sadly he was reluctant to let us inside. He had not even let the local press in. After a bit more persuasion he granted us a quick look around to grab a few shots on the provision we didn't post them. A fair deal if you ask me. Well a fair amount of time has passed now, so I can't see any harm in posting them now.
The church was built in 1896 in Perpendicular Gothic style. There was later an extension in 1914 after a local church had closed.
The future is bright for this derelict church, well I don't believe its derelict anymore. From what I can tell the project is well on the way now.