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St. Mary the Virgin, Throwleigh

St. Mary the Virgin, Throwleigh

In a peaceful setting, this 15th-16th century church has a fine example of an Easter sepulchre and roof bosses in the North aisle including three hares and a green man. There is a carefully managed churchyard to encourage both wild flowers and butterflies.

The church is open all day every day. 11.15 am Morning Prayer on 2nd Sunday ...

Location: Okehampton, Devon, United Kingdom

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St. Mary Tory, Bradford on Avon

St. Mary Tory, Bradford on Avon

The chapel of St Mary Tory (tor = hill) is magnificently placed on a terraced hillside overlooking the town. It is sometimes referred to as a hermitage and sometimes as a pilgrim chapel located, as it is, on the pilgrim route between Glastonbury and Malmesbury.

The building was viewed by Leland in the course of his ‘Itinerary’ in ...

Location: Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, United Kingdom

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St. Mary, Billingsley

St. Mary, Billingsley

The 12th century Billingsley Church is Grade II* listed. It was originally a chapel of Morville church, founded by Herbert de Castello, who endowed it with 12 acres of land and a mansion. It was restored in 1875 by G. E. Street. The original Norman doorway can still be seen in the south wall of the nave. This was blocked off sometime during the ...

Location: Bridgnorth, Shropshire, United Kingdom

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St. Mary, Felmersham

St. Mary, Felmersham

Seen from the river, St. Mary's church has an imposing position in the lands around it. The west front, central tower and fluted columns at the crossing suggest that the church was built for a grand purpose. It was built by the monks of Lenton Priory between 1220 and 1240. There is no definitive answer to why the monks built the church in ...

Location: Bedfordshire, United Kingdom

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St. Mary, Netherbury

St. Mary, Netherbury

A large 14th century Grade 1 listed church (with earlier origin) looking down over the village from Tower Hill. Beautiful and inspiring view over local Dorset countryside.

The resources for silence, prayer and meditation are varied and are changed from time to time. Currently there is the opportunity to light a candle, a prayer ...

Location: Netherbury, Dorset, United Kingdom

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St. Mary, Oldberrow

St. Mary, Oldberrow

St Mary's was rebuilt in the C19th but retains centuries old features. Oldberrow is mentioned in the Doomsday Book (1085) and its first ecclesiastical record is in 709. St Mary's has remained a traditional church with little change to the services since 1662 and hymns are accompanied by a harmonium. Even the churchyard is managed as a traditional ...

Location: Henley-in-Arden, Warwickshire, United Kingdom

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St. Mary, South Stoneham

St. Mary, South Stoneham

St Mary's South Stoneham, recorded in the Domesday Book, is now in a suburb of Southampton, though it retains its character as an ancient country church set in a large churchyard which is a haven for wildlife. Parts of the building go back to Norman times, and there is evidence of a Saxon building on the same site. It is a place which has ...

Location: Southampton, Hampshire, United Kingdom

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