Open for worship.
St Paul's is also known as St. Paul’s without the Walls? as ‘without’ once meant ‘outside’ and the Church was built ‘without’ (outside) the city walls. It is believed that it was built as a chapel by the St Augustine's Abbey for local people and overseen by them as a place of worship and instruction. It was in poor repair until the 19th Century when a wealthy parish priest William John Chesshyre oversaw a dramatic extension and refurbishment of the church.
Canterbury West and Canterbury East stations.
Canterbury Bus Station, top of the High Street.
Park and Ride
Approaching from Dover: New Dover Road CT13EJ
Approaching from Thanet: Sturry Road CT11AD
Approaching from Ashford: Wincheap CT13TY
Pay & Display parking and car parks throughout the city.
Picture Credit: St Martin and St Paul.