This intelligently written book examines the social and religious history of St. Anne’s Church, which was located in the heart of Brighton.

Maurice Packman, the author, was a choirboy at St. Anne’s in the 1930s and he takes a gently humorous look at the community of his fellow worshippers.

The church has been demolished, but memories of the trials and tribulations of its parishioners live on through the eyes of the author in The Church Round The Corner.