Romney Marsh is an area on the South Coast of England which lies between Folkestone in the East and Winchelsea in the west. The land used to be marsh land but over time it has been changed to its current form.
Romney Marsh at the present day has been mostly converted to very fertile farmland. Quite a large area still lies below sea level but is protected by sea defences and walls throughout the area. The Marshes are famous for their sheep and smuggling which for many years provided income to the locals .The area is well used by windsurfers, sailors and other water sports enthusiasts. The majority of the beaches are sandy and safe for families.
The main town is New Romney in which Romney Marsh Community Church has its centre.
There are towns (Lydd, Dymchurch...), villages (Brookland, Brenzett...) and hamlets (Snave, Newchurch...) across Romney Marsh and RMCC aims to serve all communities.
We want to serve our community in practical ways. We are well known for our 'Christmas Restaurant' which each year serves Soup Lunches to people from local businesses and the community in aid of a charity.
We also take part in the community events throughout the year.
We provide different activities for the community, families and children, catering for all ages from 0 to Seniors
We are more than pleased to let some of our rooms to local agencies and businesses.
Find out more about our area by visiting the