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Architecture of Kent

12 January 2010

1882 – Extension to Church, Bromley, Kent

Architect: T.G. Jackson The first recorded rector of Bromley, Richard of Wendover, served from 1226 to 1238. However, as the basin of the present font is Norman, it is possible that a church...

21 December 2009

1882 – St. Mary’s Star of The Sea, Hastings, Kent

Architect: Basil Champneys Built of flint with stone dressings in the Decorated/Perpendicular style in 1882.

11 December 2009

1884 – New Mission Church, Maidstone, Kent

Architect: Hubert Bensted View published in The Building News, December 12th, 1884.

02 December 2009

1888 – Shelter on the Lees, Folkestone, Kent

Architect: Bromley & Cowell Published in The Building News, April 20th 1888.

30 November 2009

1886 – Wybourne Grange, Tunbridge Wells, Kent

Architect: J.N. Johnston

30 November 2009

1886 – National Art Treasures Exhibition, Folkestone, Kent

Architect: Joseph Gardner Perspective view published in The Building News, May 14th 1886.

30 November 2009

1886 – St. Mark’s Grange, Margate, Kent

Architect: Pugin & Pugin Proposed Church of Our Lady designed for Rev. C. Sigebert Sanders, O.S.B. and published in The Building News, May 7th 1886.

22 November 2009

1884 – Sittingbourne & Milton Joint Infectious Hospital, Kent

Architect: W. Leonard Grant

02 November 2009

1881 – Coffee Tavern at Seal, Kent

Architect: Edwin T. Hall “This building, which has been created and furnished at the coat of Charles G. Hale, Esq., is situated at the extreme end of the picturesque village of Seal, and...