Since being founded in 1982, over £1m has been raised and invested in the restoration of the churches of the Romney Marsh
Three current restoration projects of note.
Placed on Heritage England’s “At Risk” register, the 550 year old west window has required complete restoration. Such a restoration is an unprecedented undertaking within the Diocese of Canterbury.
A project to restore eight, mainly 18th century, tombs in the churchyard at St Augustine’s, Brookland is close to completion.
St Thomas Becket is the most iconic of all the churches on Romney Marsh. The tiny building that dates back to the late 12th century sits isolated in a field cut through with dykes and grazed by sheep…
This large church is famous for its bent tower. The first two stages of the tower, built in 15th century, began to lean alarmingly, and were buttressed to prevent the tower collapsing…
Built in the mid 12th century under the patronage of the archbishops of Canterbury, the nave retains its original low Norman arcades with alternating round and octagonal Caen stone piers…