The Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul in Headcorn

Found in the bustling and busy village of Headcorn in Kent, this church is located on the west side of the village, on the corner of the high street. As is common with christian churches, it is surrounded on all sides by a large graveyard.

Most of the church in its present condition was built in the 14th and 15th centuries, incorporating parts of an existing 11th and 12th century building into the chancel walls. Since 1850 the church interior has undergone significant alteration and restoration.

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