|Monument type||Anglican Church|
|Local authority||East Sussex|
|Denomination||Church of England|
Architect John Crawford (an assistant to Martin Travers). The building was originally a officer’s hut erected during World War I for the army at Eastbourne. It was later acquired to be adapted as a chapel and was moved to its current location 1920-21.
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