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Faversham Stone Chapel

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English Heritage site found on the outskirts of Faversham, definitely worth a look.

I enjoyed our visit to the Faversham Stone Chapel.First thing to note,is- it is in the middle of... read more

Reviewed 12 May 2018
Marco_Num1
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London, United Kingdom
Is this Britain's Appian Way?

Little is known of the specifics of the stone chapel beside the A2. It was a Christian chapel at... read more

Reviewed 24 April 2018
gl8246
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12 May 2018
“English Heritage site found on the outskirts of Faversham, definitely worth a look.”
23 Apr 2018
“Is this Britain's Appian Way?”
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London Road, Ospringe | opposite Faversham Road, Faversham ME13 8RX, England
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Reviewed 24 July 2018

I say 'Imagination required' because, in itself, this is a very modest site with just a few stone walls, considerably ruined, surrounding a stand of large trees in the centre of a field. It will only be of interest to people who, like me, find...More

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Reviewed 12 May 2018

I enjoyed our visit to the Faversham Stone Chapel.First thing to note,is- it is in the middle of nowhere,we visited this after having finished seeing Maison Dieu.It was about a 30-40min walk/hike from there.Secondly,it is difficult to find-it is located within a field of crops.Luckily,we...More

Thank Marco_Num1
Reviewed 24 April 2018

Little is known of the specifics of the stone chapel beside the A2. It was a Christian chapel at one point. But all the evidence points to its origins being a Roman mausoleum. Whose it was is not known, but if you can find somewhere...More

Thank gl8246
Reviewed 19 November 2017

As it Was the First Roman Church to be built in England circa 3-4AD and many other churches have occupied this site, reclaiming the Roman tiles and materials from the Roman Camp on Judd Folly Hill, it is of Great Christian and Historic Importance.... Although...More

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Reviewed 5 May 2017 via mobile

We stomped across the field from the road adjoining the A2. There is not a lot left now but you can imagine this being a focal point for travellers for a long time. There seems to be possibly a bit of roman brick amongst the...More

Thank lobster64
Reviewed 31 August 2016

Firstly be careful where you park! A brief walk across a field and the short distance from the road seems like miles away as you stumble across the remains of this ancient church. There's not a lot to see really but to imagine the prayers...More

Thank IE_and_H
Reviewed 3 May 2016

We trudged up the hill from Faversham, crossing a field by the public path to this little chapel, that began life as a Roman shrine. There was a small group of archaeologists taking measurements, who did not stop us walking round the perimeter of the...More

Thank Andrea T
Reviewed 18 April 2016

This is a small site but worth taking a look.Its run by English Heritage but its free to see.Please note that this is in a farmers field so take care not to damage the crops and leave no litter behind. Though it fell into decay...More

Thank KentEnglandLife
Reviewed 31 January 2016

A nice little spot during a walk or just a moments peace and quiet just a short walk from the A2, but doesn't warrant a special visit, but nice to see if you're in the area.

Thank Jane D
Reviewed 19 May 2015

Sadly this ruin is getting rather over grown and the path from the road is not to be seen. Worth spending a little time here contemplating what is was like as a functioning building.

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