Posted on July 10, 2015 by Caroline
The church of St Leonard sits on a hillside in the pretty coastal town of Hythe in Kent, overlooking the English Channel. Its history goes back at least 900 years, perhaps even further – a lot of the churches in the area have pre-Norman origins….
Category: 13th Century, HytheTags: charnel houses, churches, hythe, kent, ossuaries, skeletons, st leonard's hythe
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