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Spending the day at the Marriott and having time to spare, we found this 12th century church, that is more then taken care of. The grounds are very well taken care of and the church is full of history. It's about a 20 minute walk...More
Having been born at 80 Church street many years ago St Peter's and st Paul's was very much our family church funerals, weddings and christenings, my cousin brought his son over from the states to him christened here, our family is very much in residence...More
It is a very beautiful church and a really nice place to be, with coffee mornings and charity events put on often here. I visit on occasion when I'm in the area and everybody is always very welcoming and chatty to me!
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We stayed in Edenbridge for several days in October and decided to take a stroll around the church one evening. It is a beautiful old church and such great history in the churchyard! We did not attend a service here but did look up their...More
St Peter and St Pauls is full of history with lovely stained glass windows. The clock only has one hand, but appears to be keeping good time since its refurbishment. I went into the bell tower and tried my hand at bellringing - I was...More
Whether you are sightseeing in the area or looking to attend church this is a place to go. A fantastic and ancient building oozes peace among the bustle of this small town and is well worth a visit as it opens daily. It is home...More
Moving into Edenbridge 13 years ago meant that I had to find a church to worship at as a church was very important to me . St Peter and St Paul's has been my church family - the welcome was warm and genuine.
Have passed this church on many occasions but never went in. On this occasion we were looking for a short cut back to the car park and walked through the grounds. The well kept grounds/graveyard is fascinating and like reading the old grave stones. However...More