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The church is lovely, makes an ideal location for weddings and attending church services. I have photographed this many times, the grounds are beautiful. Well worth a visit if you are in the village area. Able to park next to the church.
Lovely little village church and cemetery. The graveyard and church are both very well looked after and very peaceful. A great way to step away from the hustle and bustle of modern life a get a quick recharge.
Next to an old Archbishop's Palace, the church is at the heart of the village, in a pretty setting by a meadow, The hushed interior doesn't disappoint, with hand-made woodwork, masonry and tiles. Stop by to see it, if you get a chance.
As you walk upto the Church you can feel yourself stepping back in time. Through the large wooden doors in to the cool, surprisingly light church. The tiled floor adding to the echo of your foot steps. Take a pew and enjoy in quiet contemplation....More
Charing church is surrounded by green and quaint buildings dating back centuries. It's very picture postcard and a must visit for overseas visitors passing through.
The people of Charing are very welcoming and the sense of community is reflected by all of the events and...More
Entry to this cross-shaped church is via a large porch and wooden doors.
The floors are tiled and there are plenty of old pews
Inside there are plenty of plaques to look at; a mixture of plain and coloured glass large windows, a stone font,...More
This is a beautiful church with a lovely sense of peace & tranquility. The roof is stunning with engraved beams & wonderful stained glass windows. We met the church warden who gave us a tour & history of the church. Plus we were also given...More
The Church is usually open, which is rare these days.
Look out for the painted beams - reputedly made from a captured Spanish Armada Ship! They certainly seem to be dated as Elizabethan.
Also on the otside of the church, look carefully to the left...More