Saint Thomas the Apostle, Harty, Harty

Saint Thomas the Apostle, Harty is located in Harty. Make Saint Thomas the Apostle, Harty a part of your Isle of Sheppey vacation plans using our Isle of Sheppey trip itinerary planning website .
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  • Fascinating old church close to the pub. Lovely place to visit and browse. Well of the beaten track and lots of history to see. Gem, don't miss it when nearby.  more »
  • Very sweet with lovely views. Very few services conducted here. Interesting story about stolen chest inside. Peaceful church yard. Easy to cycle to from The Ferry House Inn.  more »
  • This is a lovely old church and it is possible to pick up a leaflet giving its history and when each part of the church was added. It would seem that people still worship there, although as there are ...  more »
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  • Beautiful anglo-saxon architecture. A possible the most beautiful piece of stained glass work I have seen.
  • This Anglo Saxon church is worth a visit for its picturesque setting. Access to the church is along a private road but visitors to the church DO have a right of access. You can park your car outside of the church which has spaces for a few cars. The church has been described by many as the prettiest church in Kent. It is peaceful and tranquil here. Across the water you see the creek at Faversham and may be able to make out the church spire of St. Marys. To the west of the church grounds you may be able to see the remains of a Norman moate and the mound on which once sat a wooden Norman keep. This once patrolled the important transport route of the Swale and the Hart ferry. To the east the old Harty school building has been converted to residential premises. Inside St Thomas’s you will find some lovely stained glass, lovely old beams and of antique interest a medieval chest. Detailed history of the church can be found in booklets which can be purchased are a reasonable price. The church has no electricity and the candle lit church service is packed.
  • Lovely little church. Always open. Sells very good homemade jam.
  • Very quiet nice place

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