Church Recorders promote recognition and preservation of the rich artistic heritage in places of worship by recording the contents of churches of all religions. Participating churches are presented with an illustrated book detailing each item and its history. Copies are also sent to national institutions. At national level, there are now some 200 church recording groups and nearly 1600 records have been made. Church recording requires a degree of active commitment and a willingness to learn, research and produce an accurate document. In return the recording process often develops into a giant treasure hunt round the church and the groups develop a great sense of camaraderie.

Wealden has recorded

  • All Saints, Waldron 1998
  • St Dunstans, Mayfield 2001
  • St Margaret the Queen, Buxted 2006