Church of Saint Peter and St Paul

Church of Saint Peter and St Paul

Church of Saint Peter and St Paul
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John T
Wingham, UK211 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019 • Friends
Having visited the church on one of our Wednesday walks, we discovered that the friends of the church provide breakfasts at a very reasonable price on the last Wednesday of each month. A group of us partook and in spite of increasing the numbers dramatically were treated to excellent friendly service and a fantastic breakfast. Hopefully our visit helps contribute towards the church funds. It is great to see a church which has now offers a variety of activities for the area.
Written 3 August 2019
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sabatinitennis
Ashford, UK3,693 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2017 • Solo
Although not often open this church is home to stunning plaques, a wonderful war memorial, many hatchments and some detailed and ornate effigys and tombs ... in short it is a detailed history lesson in one building.
The church has three separate areas and all are richly furnished with historical artifacts. The pews have been removed, the walls are white and the building is large and airy. There is a mixture of plain and coloured windows and the floor is tiling.
The church is used for concerts and is clearly a treasured part of the community. This is a church worth making time to view due to its glorious interior.
Written 5 December 2017
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204valerie
London, UK8 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2016 • Family
pretty village in a lovely rural setting plenty of footpaths to walk and the bonus of a traditional pub the black lion next door to the church how convenient is that!
Written 22 November 2016
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David W
6 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2014 • Solo
Set in the small village of Lynsted with many old properties, the outward appearance of the church of St Peter and St Paul gives no idea of the of the wealth of 'Wonderful things' that are to be seen inside. The contribution of heritage nationally is amazing with connectionss to Queen Elizabeth I, Henry VIII, and the Roper family, whose prestigous monuments better some of those in Canterbury Cathedral. The monument of Christopher Roper was sculpted by Epiphanius Evesham, and unusually signed by him attracts visitors worldwide. The collection of funeral hatchments is among the largest in the country, whilst the north (Hugessen) chapel contains a memorial to Dame Fanny Catherine Knatchbull Hugessen, the favourite niece of Jane Austen. A mausoleum contains 13 coffins, one belonging to the dowager Countess of Sussex, an illegitimate daughter of Charles II.
Written 10 September 2014
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