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Getting here

The church dates back to Norman times, about the eleventh century, though a church was probably here in Saxon times, a thousand years ago. It was thought to have been a stopping place on pilgrimages to Glastonbury. It has an unusual 3-sided communion rail at the altar, and still has the old box pews, containing pegs for hats when men wore hats to church.

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