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Getting herePeople have worshiped at All Saints for at least 800 years. We believe that the church was built in 1233 in the "Early English" style in local sandstone, traditionally from nearby Pixot Hill. Earlier, a chapel stood on or near the site which was attached to the Parish Church of Yalding. At that time, Brenchley was just a small hamlet in a clearing (leagh) in the forest, named after the headman Braenca"hence "Breanca's length" - which eventually became "Brenchley".
Today All Saints serves a modern world and has a growing and lively regular congregation. It is attractive to families and has a strong social element to its calendar of events.
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