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St Mary the Virgin Church, Stone

Church Rd, Dartford, Greenhithe DA9 9BE, UK – 01322 382076

I was a choir boy at st Mary's church 1946 unti1951 the Rev Dudley Brown was the vicar, we had quite a large congregation which came from the surrounding area,of course at that time the church was quite isolated which meant that the congregation had quite far to walk. i know the church is over 1700 yrs old and used to have a tall spire which I was told was lost in a fire but I have no proof of this.The last time I was at the church was in 1984 and the same happened church was locked and no vicar. it is a shame that it has become necessary to lock our beautiful old monuments but I suppose in this modern age we have to put up with it or have them vandalised even during the war the church was never locked,and nothing was ever taken except maybe time to pray, i dought I will ever see the place again but I still have very fond memories.God bless all

Beautiful photos, a shame there are no internal ones.

St. Clement's Church West Thurrock

St Clement's Rd, Grays RM20 4AL, UK – 01375 377379

Good place, good bilding. St Clement's Church is a Grade I listed building in West Thurrock, Essex, England. It is the church for one of the traditional (Church of England) parishes in Thurrock. The building was featured in the film Four Weddings and a Funeral.

Beautiful little church now on land owned by Proctor and Gamble. Whilst only open on certain days and weekends throughout the year it is still worth a visit to look around the churchyard and outside. Another interesting note is the church was one of the churches used in ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’

Swanscombe Methodist Church

3 Milton Rd, Swanscombe DA10 0NA, UK – 01474 325914

I love this place because it's a church hall ( Methodist Church) and it's also the venue where RCCG, Breakthrough Parish, Swanscombe meet for worship and weekly activities.

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