All Saints Church in Whitstable has a history going back at least 800 years when a Church stood on the site and consisted of a chancel and nave. Rebuilt in the early 13th Century, when a tower was added, and in the 15th Century a north aisle and a north east porch were erected. The oldest remaining parts of the building are the Norman tower, made of flint from the local beach, the Norman font with its Tudor cover and the 15th Century arcaded between the nave and the north aisle.

Picture Credit: © All Saints Whitstable.

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