John E. Vigars Kent Church Photographs
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Built in 1896 to meet the demands of a growing population in the southern tip of Snodland, this is a very simple two-cell church of Ragstone in crazy-paving, but one with great charm. Simple plate-tracery in the windows and some nice stained glass, including one by Aikman (see also Minster in Thanet) add to a welcoming interior. The reordering of the chancel in the 1907s resulted in the loss of some furnishings but made the church more flexible, and together with the panelled chancel ceiling created a nice performance space.
1851 Census Details
Seating Capacity: Not built
Morning Attendance: Not built
Afternoon Attendance: Not built
Evening Attendance: Not built
Original Build Date/Architect: -
Restoration: Percy Monckton, 1892
Second Restoration: -
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