Snave’s annual service draws record numbers8 September 2019
It was standing room only at St Augustine’s Snave for its annual harvest thanksgiving service this month. Over 120 people filled the ancient church, drawn by the fact that St Augustine’s which is a redundant church, and preserved by The Romney Marsh Historic Churches Trust, is only permitted one service a year.
The news of this special occasion was spread in advance on BBC South East Today, with presenter Ian Palmer broadcasting live from the churchyard. It was a news story which captured the imagination of visitors from far and wide.