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The Parish Church of St Mary's Chilham, Chilham

(4.7/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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  • Wonderful church with some really beautiful examples of stonework including the Lady Digges Memorial and the Hardy Family children's memorial (the only known example of a church monument depicting chi...  more »
  • If you visit this Church you wont be disappointed. Lots of Historical Facts and the Church is vast in size. Lots to read and available in different language's, there is an Accessible WC and some days ...  more »
  • Well preserved and maintained. Dated from 1280, but evidence shows that there was a church on the same spot even earlier. The church is still in use. When inside the church take time and look at the f...  more »
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  • Beautiful church which feels very much in use but therefore all the more friendly and lively. The stained glass windows are beautiful.
  • Probably the largest parish church in Kent and the burial place of King Stephen, this church is a fascinating place to visit. A delicate spire, Georgian nave and some medieval wall paintings, not to mention misericords that were once church of Faversham Abbey, all make it a worthwhile place to visit.