Parish Church. C12, C13, C14, C18, C19. Rubble flint with stone and some brick dressings, once rendered, old plain tile roof, weatherboarded bell turret. Nave C12, narrower Chancel late C13, with demolished C14 building to N, W bell turret C18 S porch, C19 N vestry opposite. Chancel rebuilt late C13 has E window of 3 stepped trefoiled lancets under enclosing arch, single trefoiled half way along side walls.
Note: Bishop’s Sutton has its own web address (domain name) that can also be used to reach this site: bishopssuttonchurch.org.uk
St Nicholas Church Bishop’s Sutton, the place of Bishops and surgeons and heroines
St Nicholas Church Bishop’s Sutton is a delightful simple Norman structure. Bishop’s Sutton is one of those Hampshire villages, carved by a busy road, that is easy to pass through without noticing the ancient building at it’s heart. The history of settlement at Bishop’s Sutton reaches back into the oldest history of England. The headwaters of the River Arle well up in it’s meadows, clear chalk filtered waters that still serve the community today.
Description taken from www.hampshire-history.com – please visit the site for more information
Note, 800 year old buildings with no occupants do not in general have their own postal address. It is within the area covered by the postcode shown, but does not appear in the Royal Mail database.
Alresford, Hampshire SO24 0AD.
Image taken from Hampshire Churches by John Vigar which contains further images and information.