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abelljms wrote a review Oct 2020
London, United Kingdom135 contributions53 helpful votes
Look at the old roof beams, especially the curved crossing at the transept. Chartham is lovely village, also visit the station when a train comes. Watch level crossing keeper closing the gates!
Date of experience: October 2020
Lestermusic-uk wrote a review Nov 2018
Ramsgate, United Kingdom363 contributions42 helpful votes
St.Mary's was built between 1285 and 1305, the tower in the fourteenth century. Much restoration has been done over the years. Walking around this surprisingly large church, the eyes keep finding more and more to enjoy. Make a point of visiting this wonderful church.
Date of experience: October 2018
Barbara W wrote a review Sep 2018
Dunedin, Florida185 contributions12 helpful votes
Next to my grandma’ old house so maybe I’m partial. Lovely old church from 1200s. Boat ceiling. Complete redo going on. Warden showed us around. Can by new roof tiles to commemorate loved ones.
Date of experience: September 2018
sabatinitennis wrote a review Dec 2017
London, United Kingdom3,577 contributions564 helpful votes
Although often closed, this church is open on Sundays. It is a large building located close to a village green and outside is the village war memorial. The floor is covered by red carpet, the heating was on, there is a large memorial brass to view, some ornate memorials on the walls, the stunning wooden beams and roof structure are visible when you look upwards and the church windows are a mixture of plain and colour. On the wall opposite the entrance is a large memorial that tells how many from the village went off to fight in the Great War. A well presented and large village church that is used regularly.…
Date of experience: December 2017
Asteed23 wrote a review Aug 2017
Adelaide, Australia4 contributions
Beautiful 14th century church and Village Green once you get past the 1950s paper mill which is rundown and an incredibly ugly introduction to the village.
Date of experience: August 2017