St Leonard's churchSt Leonard's stands far from the sea today, but when the first Norman church was built, in c.1080, the high Street formed the quayside of the Cinque Port of Hythe.

Today the church is the centre of our parish worship and life, and is open every day for visitors (although the ossuary in the "crypt" is only open for general visiting from Easter to September - click here for more details).

For information about the history and features of St Leonard's,click here.

The Parish of St Leonard, Hythe 

Oak Walk 



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