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From creative studios head down church street and there stands St Mary of charity church, grand tower et al.
Long history, grand local church, beautiful to explore and local heroes honoured.
Very photogenic inside and outside.
A huge church for a small town like Faversham, with large, wide transepts making the interior feel very open. Notable is the mediaeval painted pillar, the reputed tomb of King Stephen, some finely carved misericords, beautiful stained glass windows and the fascinating open spire.
What a wonderful church that has played an important role in Faversham's history. Sitting just slightly outside the hustle and bustle of town, St Mary of Charity is peaceful inside and out. The cemetery absolutely surrounds the church and it just made me want to...More
The biggest church in Faversham and well designed,pretty building,the spire of the church is one of the tallest in the country and is a landmark in the surrounding vicinity.I enjoyed both the interior and the exterior of the church.One end of the church was being...More