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St Botolph, The Hill

St Botolph, The Hill, Northfleet, Gravesham, Kent DA11 9EU View on map

St Botolph's has Saxon origins and Saxon quoins survive. The present building is 13th and c14th century. The c14 tower was rebuilt in the 17th century. Significant Victorian restoration. The 14th century chancel screen and medieval and post medieval monuments. Victorian stained glass windows.


Opening Arrangements

All year Thursdays 9am - 2pm, and can generally be opened by arrangement with Fr Lawrence Smith.


Situated on A226 at the hill, Northfleet. Rail: Northfleet (1/2 mile), Ebbsfleet International (3/4 mile), Gravesend (1.5 miles). Bus: From Gravesend Number 490 or 480.

Parking Spaces


Council car park adjacent to the church

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes