The Grange & St Edwards Presbytery
7th September - 11th September 2018
Friday 7 - Monday 10 September 10am to 4pm and Tuesday 11 September 10am to 1pm
Both owned and restored by The Landmark Trust.
The Grange was built by Augustus Pugin in 1845. The building reflects Pugin’s belief in the Gothic style as the only true Christian architecture and his ideal to live out his life in the Middle Ages. Pugin produced some of his finest work at The Grange including designs for the House of Lords.
St Edward’s Presbytery which was built by Augustus Welby Pugin in 1850, part of this great architect’s original conception for this important Gothic revival site on the West Cliffs.
Limited access around the buildings. Toilet facilities and parking close to site
Free car parking
Howletts Wild Animal Park and Port Lympne Reserve
Romney Hythe & Dymchurch Railway
Folkestone Camping and Caravanning Club Site