St Augustine's Church, Brookland

 St Augustine's Church is a Grade I listed Anglican church in the village of Brookland, Kent, in Walland Marsh, about 5 miles (8.0 km) north-east of Rye, East Sussex. It was originally built about 1250. It has the unusual feature that the bell tower is separate from the rest of the church. Because of the marshy ground, a bell tower was not incorporated in the church building. The separate structure, which houses six bells, is near the north porch of the church. The structure has been shingled since 1936. Originally there was a single bell, in an open framework; in the 15th century the church bells were put in the framework, and a weatherboard roof was added. The north porch, built in the 14th century, is of wood, and adjacent is a small tower with a clock. Post Code: TN29 9QP