Romney Marsh Historic Churches

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Recommendation by Louise Mayer

The mediaeval churches of Romney Marsh were built by the lords of the manor on the Marsh to serve the communities. Although the population of the area was never high, the churches were often on a large scale to reflect the importance of the parish or the importance of the patron. Nearly all of the churches were in existence by 1100, likely as wooden buildings being built later in stone. It is possible to visit all of them by car, by bicycle or on foot. Routes available online. We took two days. Most are open, some you have to follow instructions to obtain the key and one or two you will not get inside. But you will slow your pace and get a feel for a lost and different world of medieval England


B2075, Romney Marsh TN29 9LS, UK

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