St Pancras Church Coldred
Facilities and additional information
The church stands among earthworks that are the remains of an early Norman castle, of which it was once the chapel. It consists only of a nave and a short chancel, with a bell gable at the west end and a portch and vestry added in Victorian times.There is evidence of Saxon and early Norman work in the quoins and small round-headed windows in both the chancel and nave. The arches of these windows were hollowed out of a single piece of stone.