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This early Norman building is just exquisite, a real spiritual uplift after seeing the corporate cynicism and general unpleasantness of Canterbury Cathedral. The decoration is amazing, a stunning tribute to the skill and devotion of craftsmen working nearly 1000 years ago. The timpanum and spoke-eating...More
This small church with its tiny churchyard is located in a raised position in this minute East Kent village. It is a Norman gem and richly adorned with Caen stone and ornate carvings.
Entrance is via a large wooden door over which are wonderful carvings....More
Unfortunately too late in the day to go in but the outside was really worth it. No parking in the area, but we squeezed in to some space by the main steps.
Dating from the late 11th century, the south door tympanum with three courses...More
This ancient church may have an early carving of St Thomas a Beckett above the door as well as a host of animals and people-a monkey riding a goat, a hare playing pipes. And around the corner the face of the devil. Thank you for...More
What a great, little, off the beaten path Grade I Norman church. Most of the carvings date from 1180. The tympanum is one of the best surviving Norman carvings in southern England. The church bell is in a yew tree beside the church. It's a...More