History of Manston

Manston is a village and civil parish in the Thanet district of Kent, England. The village is situated one mile north-west of Ramsgate. The village was originally Mannestone which means ‘farm on top of a hill’ and was recorded in 1254 as Manneston, but obtained its modern spelling in 1381 around the time of the […]

St. Catherine Church

St. Catherine is a Victorian brick church built by a Vicar of St. Laurence to serve this ‘distant’ part of the parish. ┬áThe church is very attractive with its latticed-leaded windows and is the perfect size for most wedding ceremonies. Holy Communion takes place on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month; children have […]