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St Martin of Tours, Chelsfield

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One of Bromley’s rural churches. Three quarters of a mile east of the station and surrounded by fields. A  Norman church restored in 1857 by E. Nash . The east lancet glass is by Moira Forsyth and there is a Christopher Whall window in the chancel from 1911.

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