St Nicholas' Church, Barfrestone
Barfrestone shown within Kent
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Of note are the tiny Grade I listed Norman church, complete with internationally famous carvings around the door. The bell in the adjacent yew tree, and the offices and workshops of L'Arche Kent Community.
Alternative spellings are Barfreston and Barfreystone. Old English pronunciation - "Barson" - now known as "Bar-fre-ston", rather than "Bar-fre-stone".
- Media related to Barfrestone at Wikimedia Commons
- 5 pages of close up photos of Barfreston's medieval carvings
- Barfreston in the Domesday Book
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