Firstly St Peter's, Swingfield. This was a Knight's Hospitaller church [the order was dedicated to St John and set up to care for the pilgrims who visited the Holy Land and were struggling due to poverty, illness or injury]. The wonderful turret was added in the 15th century and houses the stairs. It was used as a watch tower in WWII.
18th century moral reminders adorn the walls and just loved the foliage draping itself over the notice.
Our second visit was to St Mary's in Capel-le-Ferne. It's a little squat church now isolated from the main part of the village and situated next to a farm.
We both loved the busyness of this window.
However, the church is noteworthy because of its unique opening above the 14th century stone screen displaying the rood cross.
It would seem that the CCT has a little more than just the ongoing upkeep of the church to concern themselves with if this notice is anything to go by.
On a foul day weather wise this seemed a mighty fine way to while away an hour or so!