The Blessed Virgin Mary, Brompton Regis

The parish church of the Blessed Virgin Mary is at the heart of the village of Brompton Regis, in the south east corner of the Exmoor National Park. It dates from Norman times and was built by monks from a nearby Cistercian Abbey. Details of its history - including restoration of our historic organ in 2014 and more recently a major repair and conservation project on the 13th c. tower - can be found on the village website, . We are part of the Dulverton benefice of six churches. The small and very rural church of St Mary Magdalene at Withiel Florey is an associated chapel, governed by the same PCC as Brompton Regis.

More information can be gained from the Benefice website at

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The Revd Dowell Conning

The Vicarage
High Street

TA22 9DW
01398 322867

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The Blessed Virgin Mary, Brompton Regis
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Here in our benefice of five parishes (six churches) we take safeguarding the vulnerable very seriously.

We have adopted the diocesan safeguarding policy which you can find on our website.

You can also find the Church of England House of Bishops Parish Safeguarding Handbook by visiting our website.

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