St Peter Church, Bridge

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There is no need for me to write anything about the church, as there is an excellent description here.

We were in the church graveyard to look at the still flooded field; the graveyard is raised quite high about the field, or as Kent Archaeological Society comment: ‘just above the Nailbourne floodplain’. The water is being pumped out of the field, and into the river, which is the other side of the houses in the photo.

We were interested in the ‘skull and crossbones’ tombstones, there were a couple; I’ve found another wordpress blogger who has looked into this: Rod Collins  

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