A monochrome (think “black and white”) stained glass picture of Chilham village square surrounded by original half-timbered houses. At the far end lies St Mary’s church while some of the half-timbered houses including Tudor Lodge and the Peacock can be seen on the right. The whole rural village is nestled in the Kent Downs, just waiting to be discovered.
This stained glass picture makes the perfect souvenir, whether you’ve walked the Pilgrims’ Way or North Downs Way long distance footpaths (both of which pass through the village), enjoyed lunch in one of the village’s tea rooms or the 14th century White Horse or simply visited online.
The panel has a soft green glass border and measures approximately 25cm wide x 20cm tall (excluding the hanging chain, which can be removed with pliers if not wanted).