|Botolphs and Coombes are two
barely populated hamlets in the heart of the South Downs, and both have
tiny Saxon churches dating from the 12th century. Botolphs is notable
for a Jacobean pulpit and an old, hand-pumped wooden organ. Coombes is
next to a farm called Church Farm and has some important 12th century
medieval wall paintings and an ancient stone font.
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