The Churches of the Romney Marsh
Tuesday 10th September. 2019
WE ARE SORRY THAT DUE TO INSUFFICIENT INTEREST, THIS VISIT HAS HAD TO BE CANCELLED. ANY MEMBER WHO HAS HANDED OVER A CHEQUE CAN BE ASSURED THAT IT WILL HAVE BEEN SHREDDED AND NO MONIES TAKEN.
An all-day guided visit with lunch to the following churches: Brenzett, Ivychurch, Snargate and St Mary in the Marsh.
The mediaeval churches of Romney Marsh were built by the lords of the manor on the Marsh to serve the communities., the churches were often on a large scale to reflect the importance of the parish or the importance of the patron. Nearly all the churches were in existence by 1100, likely as wooden buildings being built later in stone. Snargate church was built in the early 13th century and in the 15th century, many of the churches had great towers added such as at Ivychurch and Snargate. The grave of the author Edith Nesbit can be seen at St Mary-in-the marsh.
Pick up @Egerton Primary School at 9.00/ Charing Primary School @9.10 approx.
Depart Old Romney @ 4.00pm
Cost-£38, including tour guide, morning coffee and ploughman’s lunch (cheese or ham)
For further information and bookings please ring Nicola Brocklesby on 01622 890182. Mobile for the day—0743656 4697
Booking is non-refundable. Booking Form:TASE Romney Marsh Visit Booking Form