All Saints Church in Woodchurch  is a historic building and the is a grade 1 building is integral to the village, which was firmly established in the 13th Century with the erection of the large church made of Kentish ragstone. Although it was extensively restored in the 1840s, it still boasts a 13th Century chancel and a famous brass of the 14th century, depicting a floriated cross design. It has an unusual four-faced clock, an expensive addition at the time of installation, allowing the clock to be seen throughout the village.

Opening Times
8am to about 5pm.

Wheelchair ramp is available.

Toilet • Disabled Toilet • Hearing Loop

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