The picture above will show you the bits of this church hidden in this side view, and tell you more about the church. This shows, badly, the doorway, which is a feature of Norman Churches, and the flint stone, found commonly on Kent's chalk soils, which form the main building material for this church. Barfreston, where this church is, is hardly a village having apart from the church, only a few houses and a pub! It's near Shepherdswell, not far from Dover, if you want to go there. In Kent, of course, which is the bit of England nearest to the Continent of Europe, and France. The channel tunnel now lets us get to France in 30 minutes, if we wish.