St Mary Magdalene's Church is in the village of Bolney in Mid Sussex. It is close to the ancient London–Brighton road and apparently dates from about 1100, though an older, Saxon origin has been suggested. Many structural additions have been made over the centuries—including a tower built solely using the labour of villagers in the 16th century.
This high level shot shows the organ and north aisle, which was constructed in 1853. As of Nov 2014, there is a fund raising effort to restore the organ.
For more information see the Church's website here - http://www.stmarymagdalenebolney.org.uk/ and Wikipedia here - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Mary_Magdalene%27s_Church,_Bolney