Leeds and Broomfield are neighbouring villages on the edge of Maidstone, the county
town of Kent in England (not to be confused with the city of Leeds in Yorkshire!).

The Friends of Leeds and Broomfield Churches (Registered Charity No:1080363) was founded to raise money to preserve the historic churches of these two villages and to prevent them from falling into disrepair.

photograph of St Nicholas parish church, Leeds, Kent

(above, St Nicholas, Leeds; below St Margaret's, Broomfield)

photograph of St Margaret's parish church, Broomfield
Our website provides information about the Friends and Membership, about the churches
we support and also about our local area.


The Friends 2014 Annual General Meeting is at Leeds church on Thursday 16th October at 7.30pm. All welcome to come and hear about our work.
Read the Annual Report and Newsletter 2014.

The late August plum-picking event raised nearly £3000 for our good work to help preserve the two special churches.  Many thanks to all who supported us and enjoyed the plums!

See a video of Broomfield bells being rung.