This small church is in the centre of the town not a million miles from the cathedral. The current shape and feel of the interior is unusual insofar as it is not entirely symetrical around the central alter. Below a double rose window the ornate, high alter has three beautiful carved panels and to the right is a shrine containing two small relics of St Thomas. One is a piece of his vestment and the other a small piece of bone. A peaceful place and well worth a visit whilst in the cathedral town. The church website is at http://www.rc.net/southwark/canterbury/index.htm
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