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Christ Church, North Brentor, Tavistock

Christ Church, North Brentor, Tavistock

In the middle of the village of North Brentor within a peaceful and well-maintained churchyard, Christ Church was built in 1856 as a Chapel of Ease within the parish of Lamerton to a design by the eminent architect, George Wightwick. It has a prominent tower at its west end, (the gift of Mrs. Isabella Holwell of Bonnaford), and a gabled north ...

Location: Devon, United Kingdom

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Point in View Chapel, Exmouth

Point in View Chapel, Exmouth

This independent chapel was built in 1811 built by Mary and Ann Parminter adjacent to their home, A La Ronde, now a National Trust property, The Mary Parminter Charity owns and maintains the 3 acre meadow in which the chapel is set along with 5 modern alms-houses and an early 19th century Manse. Point in View chapel is an unusual square building ...

Location: Exmouth, Devon, United Kingdom

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St. James, Kings Nympton

St. James, Kings Nympton

This is a fine ancient parish church in the Perpendicular style, being of some 14th but mostly 15th century architecture. Its origins are that of a late Saxon minster of which only the windowless north wall remains. It has a beautiful rood screen and an unusual painted ceiling. The bell tower has a steeple added in Victorian times. The North ...

Location: Umberleigh, Devon, United Kingdom

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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, South Zeal

St. Mary, South Zeal

St Mary's South Zeal is an ancient Guild chapel, set in the heart of what was a 13th century 'new town'. A fine 14th century cross (18 feet high) is in the garden. It is considered one of the finest in Devon. A church inventory of 1552 recorded "two bells at the 'Chapell in villa Zele'" and the bell turret is c14th century. In ...

Location: Okehampton, Devon, United Kingdom

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St. Mary, Sticklepath, Okehampton

St. Mary, Sticklepath, Okehampton

The church and its site represent almost a thousand years of worship in the village of Sticklepath. It is nestled beneath the White Rock, where John Wesley preached, on the Northern edge of Dartmoor. The current building dates from 1875 when it was rebuilt after a fire. A place of worship has occupied this site for over a thousand years, and ...

Location: Okehampton, Devon, United Kingdom

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St. Michael de Rupe, Brent Tor, Tavistock

St. Michael de Rupe, Brent Tor, Tavistock

In a prominent location on the summit of a steep sided natural rock clearly visible from the main road between Tavistock and Lydford, this tiny church was founded by the monks of Tavistock Abbey. It is surrounded by the earth ramparts of an Iron Age hill fort. Its outline is distinctive and can be recognised from a great distance in every ...

Location: Devon, United Kingdom

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