Chestfield Road, Chestfield, Kent CT5
A modest and functional church of 1964, built to serve a developing suburb.
The chapel was built 1964 by Whitstable parish to serve the developing suburb of Chestfield. It remains a chapel of ease to Whitstable.
St Joseph’s is a very simple modern church with the rectangular church body under a continuous pitched roof, a flat-roofed forebuilding across the west front and flat roofed sacristies flanking the sanctuary. The walls are faced in buff brick laid in stretcher bond; the main roof is covered in tiles, while the flat roofs are asphalted. The forebuilding has a wide glazed central entrance with a large rectangular window in the gable above. All the other windows in the building are rectangular and of domestic character. The interior has not been inspected.
Architect: Not established
Original Date: 1964
Conservation Area: Yes
Listed Grade: Not Listed