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St. Katherine's church, Knockholt | by SallyT.
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St. Katherine's church, Knockholt

This medieval church is typical of the kind of churches built in Kent around that time. They were made of local materials, brick, napped flint and Kentish ragstone. This one has a modern slate roof. Originally it would have had either thatch, clay tiles or shingles but the pitch of the roof would also have been steeper originally and I suspect the main body of this church was rebuilt in the last century or so.

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Taken on June 19, 2008