“The World, according to the best geographers, is divided into Europe, Asia, Africa, America, and Romney Marsh.”

St Mary's Bay

St Mary's Bay in the parish of St Mary in the Marsh is a coastal village on Romney Marsh on the south east Kent coast.

Blue LIne
St Mary's Bay has a vibrant community centering around its Village Hall, with a wide range of activities for all ages.

St Mary's Bay has a long sandy beach which stretches north to Dymchurch and south to Littlestone-on-Sea, attracting many thousands of visitors each year. The beach provides safe bathing for most people with its fine sandy beach that goes out about half mile mile at low tide.

Village Hall

The St Mary's Bay Village Hall serves as a focal point for many of the village's activities. Conveniently situated in the centre of the village in Jefferstone Lane, the Village Hall offers facilities as wide ranging as short mat bowls, dance school, computer club, art, keep-fit and many more.

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St Mary’s Bay Village Hall
St Mary's Bay Village Hall


Parish Church of All Saints

The Parish Church of All Saints in St. Mary's Bay is located just off Jefferstone Lane, a few yards from the main A259. 

All Saints' St Mary's Bay exists to serve all residents and visitors in its growing neighbourhood. The church building and hall have been on this site for several decades, and members offer to all a warm and friendly welcome in the name of Christ. The recently modernised church hall hosts many parish and other local events.

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The Bailiff's Sergeant

Parish Church of All Saints
Parish Church of All Saints

The Bailiff's Sargeant is the only pub in St Mary's Bay, located on Jefferston Lane, opposite the village hall. The Bailiffs Sergeant is a friendly spirited pub at the hub of the local community, as it provides not only hospitality, but also post office and cashpoint services. It serves a range of Kent brewer Shepherd Neame beers. The pub offers plenty of entertainment - at least once a fortnight there is either live music in a variety of genres or a very popular karaoke night see below. There are darts, pool, cards and board games too for day to day entertainment while a real fire and large garden to add to the comfortable ambience.

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Romney Hythe and Dymchurch Railway (RH&DR)
St Mary's Bay is served by two stations on the RH&DR. St Mary's Bay station, in Jefferstone Lane, near Nesbit Road, serves the village. Romney Warren station, south of the village just off the A259, serves the Romney Warren Country Park, with a limited service.

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Recreation Ground
At the west end of St Mary's Bay, off of Jefferstone Lane, there is a large recreation ground suitable for ball games, dog walking etc. There are some swings for smaller children. There are car parking facilities.
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