Open for private prayer only.

St Clement’s Church in Sandwich used to be typically Norman and cruciform in shape, however, there have been many additions that have transformed it into the dynamic building it is today. In the 13th Century, the chancel was rebuilt with a north chapel and a south chapel was added in the fourteenth century. Norman characteristics can still be seen throughout, with pillars with rounded arches and the tops of the columns have carvings of figures, ornaments, and scrolls. Features of particular historical interest are the ancient churchyard with carved headstones, the oak stalls which includes a miserere seat and indents of the brasses.

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