All Saints, Boxley  Church

Image Source: John Salmon


The church lies at the far end of the village green. Visitors who do not first walk around the outside of the church wonder if they are ever going to get in - for they have to walk through two rooms first! From the outside it is not so puzzling; the first room is in fact the nave of the Norman church. Then comes the base of the fifteenth-century tower, built on the site of the Norman chancel. Only after we have gone through this do we come to the church proper - a complete fourteenth-century structure. It is wide, with two aisles, and relatively short. The chancel is well proportioned and has a definite lean to the south indicating medieval building error.



Church Data


1851 Census Details


Seating Capacity: 434

Morning Attendance: 208

Afternoon Attendance: 219

Evening Attendance: No service


Architecture Details


Original Build Date/Architect: Medieval

Restoration: Ewan Christian 1875

Second Restoration: -


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