Cathedral of the Downs
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 cross.
This item comes in a variety of sizes. You can order an 8″ x 11″ Giclee Glossy print, mounted in a crisp white mount with backing card. Overall size is 14″ x 11″ including mount. The print is printed on 275gsm glossy paper.
The mount will be signed by myself and supplied in a clear cellophane bag.
Or you can order a C6 Greetings card of the image which comes with envelope and placed in a cellophane bag. This will not be signed.