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We came here as we had a bit of time to spare before meeting a friend. From the outside the church looks to be a fairly traditional small church but the interior is a revelation. For a start it is much bigger on the inside...More
This church stands proud at the top end of this beautiful town on the edge of Exmoor. Although not a regular church goer, locals are proud of our church and fiercely protective of it.the bell ringers do the church justice, with a dedicated team. This...More
Walked around the inside of his beautiful church reading whatever we could find of interest. We never did find the two Common Wealth Graves though. Perhaps a note could be put in the porch to indicate where they are and who they were.
We visited Dulverton and the church whilst doing some genealogy research and found a really lovely church located high up on the edge of the village with stunning views from the top. A really peaceful place to visit.
Sitting at the top end of the village this church is very interesting to wander around. The lych gate is lovely in its own way.
Once you go through the door, the first thing you notice is all the colourful hassocks made and designed by...More
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Hi , tbh I'm not sure, there's many references to the Sydnhams, Carnarvons,at the church and memorial. Contact the National Park Information in DULVERTON as they are well known, all the dulverton heritage centre, they are... More
Hi , tbh I'm not sure, there's many references to the Sydnhams, Carnarvons,at the church and memorial. Contact the National Park Information in DULVERTON as they are well known, all the dulverton heritage centre, they are very knowledgeable and help trace many ancestor! Good luck