This Grade 1 Listed church is of Norman origin has fabric from the 12th to the 19th century. The stained glass of the east window designed by Edmund Clutterbuck the younger in 1872 had been removed to prevent possible bomb damage in 1940 and stored in Canterbury Cathedral. Its prosaic replacement glazing remained for many years until a concerted effort to reinstate the Clutterbuck glass came to fruition in 2021. FKC gave a grant of £4,000 towards the outlay.

St Peter & St Paul, Borden: Reinstated East window