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All Saints Church, Ulcombe Hill

All Saints Church, Ulcombe Hill, Ulcombe, Kent ME17 1DN View on map

All Saints is an XI century Church built of Kentish Ragstone. Although Norman in origin it has been added to over the centuries. It contains the St Leger family chapel, built in the Tudor period. There are 2 medieval wall paintings in the South Aisle. There are ancient Yews in the churchyard.


Opening Arrangements

The Church is open every day from approx. 9am - 5pm in the summer and 9am - 3.30 pm in the winter.


The church is situated on the south-east of Maidstone. From the A20 turn into Chegworth Road, straight over the crossroad and down Ulcombe Hill- the church is approx. a quarter of a mile on the right. The nearest railway station is Headcorn, 4-5 miles away. The no. 59 bus runs from Maidstone to Ulcombe 3 times a day.

Parking Spaces


Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes