Published: 14:12, 27 July 2019
| Updated: 15:28, 27 July 2019
Today a free crazy golf course has opened in an unlikely place.
The Adventure Golf challenge has been set up in the place of worship's medieval nave.
The theme is bridges and each hole will be accompanied by a different model including a mini Rochester bridge and Dartford Crossing.
It is being paid for by Rochester Bridge Trust, the charity which runs the town's river crossings.
The trust hopes this will encourage young people to learn more about the engineering behind bridges and boost church congregation numbers.
Before the course opened KentOnline spoke to the The Revd. Rachel Phillips and Simon Lace, chapter clerk at Rochester, who were both excited about the plans.
How to play:
Tickets cannot be pre-booked. Entry will be first come, first served.
Six people is the maximum per competing group.
All under 16 year olds must be accompanied by an adult.
The course is usually expected to be open;
On the following days there will be reduced opening hours due to Cathedral services.
Friday 2nd August 9:45am - 3:30pm (Last admission 2:45pm)
Saturday 10th August9:45am -11:30 am (Last admission 10.45am) and 1:30pm – 3pm (Last admission 2.15pm)
Monday 26th August 9:45am- 3pm (Last admission 2.15pm)
Saturday 31st August 9.45 am - 12:30 midday (Last admission 11.45am)
The course will remain in place until Sunday, September 1.
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