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St-Laurence-in-Thanet, St Lawrence, Ramsgate, Kent

(51°20′14″N, 1°24′4″E)
pre-1974 traditional (England and Wales) Kent
now Kent
  • Toby Huitson
  • Mary Berg
21 July 2012

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Feature Sets

St Lawrence is a village in Thanet in the district of Ramsgate. The church of St Laurence has a nave with aisles, a central tower with a transepts, and a chancel with side chapels, together with two porches. Only the central tower (heightened in the later medieval period) has relevant Romanesque sculpture.


The church was founded in 1062 and in 1128 appropriated to the monastery of St. Augustine of Canterbury.


Exterior Features

Exterior Decoration


S. Glynne, The Churches of Kent, London 1877, 37-8.