This is a fascinating little church, and was reputedly built by Richard le Bret in around 1210 as a penance for being one of the murderers of Becket in Canterbury Cathedral. After the reformation, Becket was no longer considered a saint, but because of its remote location (and believe me, it really is remote!) it escaped the attention of the royal commisioners. It is one of only four churches in the country to have retained the name. Continue reading

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