St Mary the VirginSt Mary in the Marsh
One of the most picturesque churches on the Marsh, St Mary the Virgin was built in the mid 12th century with a small chancel, nave and tower. As with so many Marsh churches, the aisles were added in the 13th century to accommodate an increasing number of guild and chantry altars. Outside, in the south wall of the chancel, a priest’s door remains with a medieval scratch dial carved on the right hand door jamb. In the churchyard, simple wooden posts and a rail mark the grave of E. Nesbit, author of The Railway Children and other children’s books.
Map location of St Mary the Virgin, St Mary in the Marsh (TN29 0BX)
|Haffenden Farm Cottage, Pickneybush Ln, St Mary in the Marsh, Romney Marsh TN29 0BY, UK|
St Mary in the Marsh, TN29 0BX
Access arrangements for St Mary the Virgin, St Mary in the Marsh (TN29 0BX)
Usually open. Church Warden Mr Andrew Sinden 01797 362097. Further information about the local church community may be found on the website of the Romney Marsh Benefice https://romneychurches.org/.