We went to Ramsgate chiefly to see this church and were amazed, having parked in the first available roadside space we saw on entering the town to discover we were virtually outside. ( if you are visiting St Augustines church or 'The Grange' there is plenty of free parking nearby). According to the really informative parishioner, the only thing that was running in the church four years ago was water down the walls. The work that has been done in the time since then is amazing, but is still 'in progress'. There were workmen on the day we visited restoring stonework and taking down a window for repair, and apparently the main window above the altar was about to be removed for cleaning. It really is worth a visit and we will definitely book to see 'The Grange' on a Wednesday afternoon, but the church is no more stunning than many other English churches but fascinating because of it's architect and definitely glad it is no longer being allowed to deteriorate.
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