Here’s St Martin’s Church in Ryarsh as you’ve never seen it before, in full 3D from the air and even VR if you have the hardware! Click the link below to fully explore, fly about and zoom in and out!

Some more aerial shots of our beautiful Grade II listed St Martins Church. Below is the entry of the listing.

Church. C12 and C15. Tower, nave, south aisle and chancel. Kentish Ragstone. 3 stage crenellated tower with diagonal buttresses and prominent octagonal south-east stair turret, taller than the tower, with a pyramidal tiled cap. Late C14 west windows, wide with 3 lower lights and cusped lights above. 2 bay nave with C14 south arcade on octagonal pillars with hollow chamfered arches. C15 aisle walls, showing that aisle was probably widened at that time. C12 nave and chancel with small contemporary windows in north side of both. Wide hollow-chamfered chancel arch. INTERIOR: Timber truss roof in chancel. C12 piscina with scalloped bowl and moulded rim. Later C19 fittings.

Courtesy of Esprit Drone Services​

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