St Thomas BecketFairfield
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; the houses of the original medieval inhabitants of Fairfield have long since disappeared. Constructed with a wooden frame and walls of wattle and daub, the church was restored in the 18th century when the walls were replaced with bricks. Inside the church is a pristine 18th century interior with a white-painted triple-decker pulpit, box pews, and oval text boards.
Map Location of St Thomas Becket, Fairfield (TN29 9RZ)
St Thomas Beckett
|Brack Ln, Romney Marsh TN29 9RY, UK|
Fairfield, TN31 7PA
Church Access Arrangements
The Church is locked. Key hangs on wall of nearby farmhouse towards Appledore, in yard by back door. Reverend Shuna Body, 01797 343977. Further information about the local church community may be found on the website of the Marsh Churches Benefice https://romneychurches.org/.