For detailed history of Nonington visit Clive Webb's The Old Parish of Nonington.
The village is central to some excellent walks and heritage trails. Our own historic church was built over 900 years ago. Fredville, St Albans Court and Knowlton Court cover much of the land surrounding the village. The villages of Barfrestone, Goodnestone - where Jane Austen used to stay, Eastry where Lord Nelson was a guest at Heronden House and Broome Park, the home of Lord Kitchener, are just a few miles away.
Link To Nonington School Website
There has been a Church here in Nonington for about 900 years or so. The present building, dedicated to St Mary, dates from the twelfth century with later alterations and additions. The last major restoration took place in the 1800s. A guide to the Church is available from the Friends of Nonington Church. Located within the Diocese of Canterbury Our Church and following a re-structuring of the /deanery is now part of the Canonry Benefice,which incorporates the Parishes og Wingham, Ash, Goodnestone, Preston snd Chillenden.
To visit the Church near You website please click HERE
To visit the Diocesan website please clickHERE
To visit the CanonryBenefice websiite please clickHERE