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St Mary, St Mary's Lane

St Mary, St Mary's Lane, Church Road, Sundridge, Kent TN14 6DD View on map

Set in the beautiful countryside, St Mary's Sundridge is often referred to as the 'Little Cathedral of Kent'. There has been a church on this site since Saxon times. The main structure of the church is early English and the fine timber and shingled spire dates from the 1400's and still contains the original timbers.


Opening Arrangements

Saturdays from 5 March - 29 October: 10am - 4pm


M25 junction 5, A25 direction towards Westerham. Enter Sundridge and turn left at cross roads and traffic lights towards Ide Hill. Just opposite primary school on RHS, take a left up St Mary's Church Road. Sevenoaks Station 3 miles Saturdays, Sevenoaks railway station to Sundridge crossroads A25 Route 401 hourly from 8.49am till return at 6.21 pm

Parking Spaces


Disabled Access

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