The Surrounding Area
Other things to do near Tudeley:
- For more churches to visit in the area see the brochure The Wealden Church Trail
may like to visit our sister church at
Capel, just a mile away: it has notable 13th
century wall paintings, and a yew tree under which Becket himself is
supposed to have preached.
- More stained glass windows can be
found at St
Mary's Speldhurst, just a few minutes away, including work by
Burne-Jones and William Morris. Penshurst
church has a fine window by Lawrence Lee.
public footpath passes through All Saints' churchyard, from which a number of pleasant walks may be had. For walkers, visit the Capel Path Rangers website.
While you are in the area, you may like to visit these local attractions:
For more things to do in the area, please visit:
Here is a list of local PUBS AND RESTAURANTS
- Five Oak Green United Church and the Arnold Cooke Hall (next door to All Saints' Tudeley) are both available for hire.
- The Goldsmid Hall is
a superb Arts and Crafts hall which is available for hire; like the windows at
All Saints' it was the creation of the D'Avigdor-Goldsmid family. On the
west wall is a mural by Estelle Nathan.
- The Hoppers has stood for 400 years among the hop fields of Kent in the village of Five Oak Green. Originally it was a row of farm cottages, but is now comfortably furnished to provide a bolt-hole for use by churches and charities operating in East London. It is frequently used for youth groups, community projects and church retreats.