04/06/2021

Exeter Cathedral

Check the Cathedral’s website for opening hours and events: Exeter Cathedral is one of the great cathedrals of England, and one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture anywhere. ...

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09/03/2020

St Michael the Archangel, Chagford

The church, dedicated to St Michael the Archangel, is Chagford’s oldest building. The first written record we have is of the dedication of a church here in 1261 by Bishop ...

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09/03/2020

Holy Trinity, Gidleigh

The Church of the Holy Trinity at Gidleigh is a beautiful Dartmoor church of Saxon origins, completely rebuilt in the late 15th and early 16th centuries (with some later additions). ...

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09/03/2020

Providence Chapel

On the northern edge of the Dartmoor National Park, Providence Methodist Chapel is one of the oldest chapels in the Circuit (1839)  

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09/03/2020

St Mary the Virgin, Throwleigh

Situated in one of the prettiest villages on Dartmoor, St Mary the Virgin Church dates, in part, from the 13th century, with most being from the 15th and 16th. Here ...

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09/03/2020

St Mary’s Chapel, 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 ...

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09/03/2020

St Andrew’s Church, South Tawton

The church of St Andrew’s probably started life as the Manor chapel and is mentioned as early as 1199. The church has gone through many refurbishments and subsequent strippings out ...

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09/03/2020

St Mary’s Church, Sticklepath

Originally on this site there was an old thatched chapel which dated from 1146 and was possibly the oldest Chantry in the diocese. In Mr Baring Gould’s Book of Dartmoor ...

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05/02/2020

St Swithun’s Church, Shobrooke

Open 9am – 6pm daily: St Swithun’s is the oldest structure in the village of Shobrooke and is of Anglo-Saxon origin. The church was rebuilt in the 15th century when ...

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30/01/2020

Church of the Holy Cross, Crediton

Open 9am – 4.30pm daily: Visit the church with a fascinating 1100+ year history. In the early 10th century, Crediton was chosen as the cathedral for Devon and Cornwall (built c. 910 AD). ...

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