St Dunstan


St Dunstan was built in the late 12th century with just a chancel and nave, the north and south aisles being added a little later. In the 14th century a spacious east end was created. In the northwest pier of the chancel, the remains of the entrance and steps to the medieval rood loft can be seen. At the west end of the north aisle there is a wall painting of a great ship dated c.1500, a reminder of the nearby shipbuilding yards that existed at that time. The Rev. Richard Harris Barham, author of the humorous tales The Ingoldsby Legends, was vicar of St Dunstan, from 1817 to 1829.

Map Location of St Dunstan, Snargate (TN29 0EW)

St Dunstan

Snargate, TN29 0EW

St Dunstan

B2080, Romney Marsh TN29, UK

Church Access Arrangements

Usually open. Key at the Red Lion Inn or from Church Warden Mr David Body, 01233 732412. Revd Chris Maclean 01797 320345.