Friends of Sedlescombe Parish Church Heritage Trust

Are you a Friend of Sedlescombe church?   

This is a charitable trust established by the late Beryl Lucey who lived in Asselton House from 1947-2000, she was very interested in the history of the village and wrote the book “Twenty centuries of Sedlescombe.”

The Trust was set up to assist in the maintenance and restoration of our beautiful 13th century parish church and churchyard.
In 2015 £ 45,000 was donated from the Trust to the Parish Church to assist in the upgrade of heating for the comfort of users.

Anyone in the community is welcome to join for the nominal fee of £5, plus £2.50 for each additional member at the same address. There is no emphasis on faith, just the desire to see this important village building preserved and maintained. 

Several fundraising and social events are held throughout the year including members only events as well as dances, music nights, quizzes and the annual jumble sale!

If you would like further details and /or a membership form please contact the membership secretary Pauline Williams on 01424 870412

Events in 2018

Friday February 23 2018
Come and shake off the winter blues, Are you Ready to Rock?
62 Stone, a rock and blues cover band will be performing at the village hall . For a music preview visit
This will be a lively evening full of music you will know, with a delicious two course buffet supper and a licensed bar available throughout the evening. Doors open at 7pm ready for supper followed by the band.
Tickets are now on sale at just £14, available from Sedlescombe Stores, or by calling 01424 870344, 01424 870755 or by emailing
Organised by the Friends of Sedlescombe Church Heritage Trust.
Let’s get moving and say goodbye to the winter!

Saturday June 30th 2018
Members Only Afternoon Tea Party at Four Winds, Balcombe Green, Sedlescombe TN33 0QL

Sunday August 26th 2018
Opera Evening with Thomasin Trezise and Paul Hopwood in Sedlescombe Parish Church

Sunday December 9th 2018
Christmas Opera and Carol Evening with Thomasin Trezise in Sedlescombe Parish Church