well what a week, I have been very busy so not had a lot of time for blogs. Still Friday came and as it was Sues' Birthday we thought we must try another local church cared for by The Churches Conservation Trust. Off we went to Snodland, Kent is search of this 900 year old tiny pilgrims church.
It is situated on The Pilgrims Way on the north downs and is made of ragstone rubble, it closed as a church in 1678 and used as a farm building until the 1930's when it was restored. When the owner died it was left to its own devices but again restored and now looked after by the Conservation Trust for all to see.
Looking towards the Chancel notice the beam post in the roof.
Closer view of the cast iron candelabrum fitted in the 17th century.
Faces peer out of the arch in the nave.
Gallery in the background.
Nave roof with more vertical columns showing the medieval design.
We have checked and not a lot more to add to the history of this lone church which now stands on it's own in a farmyard.
Thanks for looking.