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The building was in ruins by the 16th century. Its medieval bell now hangs in St Nicholas, New Romney and is used as a service bell. Here is a view from the north west.
Originally the church was a 12th century oratory, it was subsequently enlarged before become ruinous.
Here is a view looking down the former nave towards the chancel, of which only the northern base of the chancel arch and the south east corner have any substantial remains.
This view is looking back from "outside" the east wall, towards the more substantial remains of the west wall.
This final view from the south shows the ruins in their remote setting.
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