Plaxtol Parish Church

Plaxtol Parish Church can be reached on the Plaxtol to Tonbridge walk. The Church was open for visitors and supplied plastic overshoes for visitors with muddy boots. The Church was built in 1649 in the time of Cromwell and consequently does not have as much decoration as some churches, however it does have a special beauty in it’s simplicity.

Plaxtol Church, Kent

Plaxtol Church sign


Plaxtol pulpit

Pulpit detail

Plaxtol pulpit close up


Chandelier Plaxtol Church

East Window

East Window Plaxtol Church


Stained glass Plaxtol


Organ Plaxtol Church


Altar Plaxtol Church


Font Plaxtol Church

Font Detail

Font Plaxtol church

Font Plaxtol Church

Lady Chapel

Lady Chapel

Carving on Lady Chapel Altar

Lady chapel plaxtol


Lectern Plaxtol Church

View looking west showing the Hammer-beam Roof.

Hammerbeam roof

In the porch is a stone bearing the inscription “This Church was built for the worship of God AnDo 1649”


There are two coats of arms above the door.

Plaxtol Church porch

Plaxtol Church porch

Statue of the wall of the tower


North door from the Churchyard

North Door

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