Artist and craftsman Nick Kenny put about as much heart into the renovation of this charming singular-looking church as one could. Constructed at the end of the 19th century from prefabricated sections of corrugated iron and affectionately known as a ‘Tin Chapel’,  his shabby-chic home is located in the picturesque and historic town of Faversham on the Kent coast.

Artist and craftsman Nick Kenny put about as much heart into the renovation of this charming singular-looking church as one could. Constructed at the end of the 19th century from prefabricated sections of corrugated iron and affectionately known as a ‘Tin Chapel’, his shabby-chic home is located in the picturesque and historic town of Faversham on the Kent coast.

Venues / pubs that regularly have live music in and around the town of Faversham

Venues / pubs that regularly have live music in and around the town of Faversham

Faversham Hop Festival, celebrating the end of the local hop picking with a music festival in the centre of Faversham town. http://www.favershamhopfestival.org/index.php/about

Faversham Hop Festival, celebrating the end of the local hop picking with a music festival in the centre of Faversham town. http://www.favershamhopfestival.org/index.php/about

Faversham Town : 1124724 - PicturesOfEngland.com

Faversham Town : 1124724 - PicturesOfEngland.com

Faversham town buildings

Faversham town buildings

Faversham, Market Town of Kings | whiteonesugar.co.uk

Faversham, Market Town of Kings | whiteonesugar.co.uk

Faversham vintage travel poster

Faversham vintage travel poster

Holmfirth - Last of the Summer Wine - Nora Batty's and Compo's by Faversham 2009, via Flickr

Holmfirth - Last of the Summer Wine - Nora Batty's and Compo's by Faversham 2009, via Flickr

Faversham  One of Kent's many charming market towns, Faversham is perhaps best known as the home of England's oldest brewery, Shepherd Neame. Visitors who want to learn more about English ales can take a tour of the five century-old brewery, which includes a tutored tasting at the end. Train: Trains departing from St. Pancras International take about 75 minutes to reach Faversham.

Faversham One of Kent's many charming market towns, Faversham is perhaps best known as the home of England's oldest brewery, Shepherd Neame. Visitors who want to learn more about English ales can take a tour of the five century-old brewery, which includes a tutored tasting at the end. Train: Trains departing from St. Pancras International take about 75 minutes to reach Faversham.

Faversham, Canterbury and Whitstable Christmas cards available from www.thecardshed.com

Faversham, Canterbury and Whitstable Christmas cards available from www.thecardshed.com

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