All Saints' Church, Dulverton

Dulverton has 1500 residents and is the only town in the benefice. It sits on the edge of the Exmoor National Park, and is a popular holiday desitination for those looking to explore the park and surrounding countryside.​

The current church was built in the 19th century on the foundations of a much older building. With the exception of St George's Church, Dunster, All Saints', Dulverton is the largest church on Exmoor. We are a welcoming and inclusive congregation and look forward to meeting you. 

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The Revd Dowell Conning

The Vicarage,
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TA22 9DW
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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.

We have also a safeguarding representative, one of our Churchwardens, Steve Ford, [email protected]. Alternatively you can contact the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor, by clicking the button below.

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