Fairfield Church sits in the middle of a field, in the middle of Romney Marsh. In 1595 there used to be a village here named Fayrefelde but it has long gone. It’s rumored that the church was originally built inÂ the 1200’s after a traveller (or the Archbishop of Canterbury) fell into a dyke and nearly drowned, but was saved after praying to Thomas a Becket.Â It was rebuilt using some of the original timbers in 1913.Whilst there are a few houses nearby, you still get how isolated the church was.Â The church has no boundary or gravestones. Services are no longer held there, but it is still maintained by the Romney Marsh Historic Churches Trust. You can view some more pictures, including the interior here.