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When the village moved down nearer to the river, St Michael's was left romantically sited on a hilltop among beeches, with glorious views over the Medway valley to the Weald. Originally Norman, the church seems to have expanded to its present size in the years before and after 1300; the piers and arches are clearly 14th century, the windows and south porch mainly 15th, and the shingled spirelet has an attractive weathervane dated 1704. Inside are fragments of ancient glass, a Royal Arms of George II and two centuries of memorials to the Twysdens. The churchyard has a number of good 18th century headstones.