Across the country there are churches dedicated to our Patron Saint, ST.GEORGE signing up to be part of the Campaign to ring out for England on April 23rd. Amongst them is BREDE in East Sussex a small village between Rye and Hastings. The name Brede comes from Olde English meaning ‘breadth’ referring to the river that runs to the south of the village. The River Brede took its name from the village. This delightful church, founded around 1180, has not only a window dedicated to St. George but also a statue of St.George that stands near the altar. Its 6 bells will be ringing out across the beautiful Brede valley and across The Sussex Weald to help everyone celebrate this special day.