These pictures were taken during a fifteen minute stop on our bike ride following route no16. We had discovered East Kent's finest Norman church!
This beautiful chancel arch with a view of the great wheel window in the background sums up the artistic appeal of this late Norman Church. Both inside and out the church is full of architectural detail that is a delight to contemplate offering theological and historical symbols as well as humerous and laughable pictures in stone! The church is largely built of flint and Caen stone ashlar. For a detailed description of the church consult: John Newman - Pevsners Buildings of England series Simon Jenkins - England's thousand best churches.