St Dunstan's Church
Known locally as the Cathedral of the Weald, St Dunstan's in Cranbrook, Kent has a history stretching back to the 12th century. From 1480 to 1550 the church began to resemble the building we see today, being a Catholic place of worship before the Reformation in the 16th century.
Stepping inside, the open wooden pews, slender archways, wood carvings, exposed room timbers and glorious stained-glass windows, all radiate a cathedral atmosphere. Burials have taken place here since before the 15th century, making the graveyard a great place for grave spotters. When open, the tower is accessible for great Kentish views.