Key landmarks of Bury
The village church, St John the Evangelist, rests close to the east bank of the river Arun, and was built in the 12th century. It features a cedar-shingled spire, a style that is fairly common in the Sussex area.
There is one pub, the Squire and Horse. This large public house serves up a traditional menu and is famous in the area for its Sunday lunches.
The Nobel Prize-winning author, John Galsworth, once resided in the picturesque Bury House close to the pub. He spent the last seven years of his life there, after writing notable works such as Forsyte Saga and The Apple Tree.
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