Our annual visit to St Augustine’s Church in Snave, on Romney Marsh, takes place on Saturday, 28th September 2019.
There will be a Missa Cantata at 12 noon, celebrated by Fr Marcus Holden (Parish Priest of St Bede's, Clapham Park) with music from The Victoria Consort, under the direction of Ben Bevan.
This will be the fifth year running that Mass has been celebrated at St Augustine's, by kind permission of The Romney Marsh Historic Churches Trust, who are entrusted with the care of this, now redundant, church.
Founded in 1982, The Trust looks after 14 medieval churches and 2 ruins on the Romney Marsh in Kent.
Travel directions to St Augustine’s, Snave:
Leave the M20 at junction 10
Follow the A2070 (towards Hastings)
After approx 9.3 miles, take the slip road to the left
At the post box (on your left), turn left and you have
arrived at the church
(NB Google maps, mark the destination as ‘Manor Farm’)
The nearest station is Ham Street, which is approx 2.7 miles
from Snave, with very limited public transport
Photo credit: Clare Bowskill
Ashford, TN26 2QJ