The Churches of Britain and Ireland

  Somerset

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Abbots Leigh, Holy Trinity, on Church Road. Two additional views - 1, 2, a selection of some of the head-stops and grotesques - 1, 2, 3, 4, the cockerel weather-vane, and the interior. ST 5444 7402. All Carole Sage (2016 and 2017). Link. Grade II* listed.
Adsborough
, the former Union Chapel, later Congregational. ST 277 291. Mike Berrell (2013). Photo removed at request of property owner. Link (which includes a link to a photo).
Alcombe, Minehead - see Minehead.
Alford, All Saints. Interior view. The church has some good wood carving - evident in the pulpit, and two of the bench-ends - 1, 2. ST 6045 3260. All Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade I listed. A churchyard cross is listed separately as grade II.
Alhampton, the Anglican Mission Church, a tin tabernacle. ST 6281 3464.
Chris Kippin (2021). The church website has an interior view. Its "about" page dates it to 1892.
Aller, St. Andrew, on Church Path. Two interiors - 1, 2. The list of rectors commences in 1205. ST 396 288. Link. Grade II* listed. A former chapel, now in residential use. All Mike Berrell (2016).
Angersleigh, St. Michael & All Angels. Another view. ST 1991 1870. Both P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Link. Grade II* listed.
Ansford, St. Andrew. Revd. James Woodford, author of the The Diary of a Country Parson, was curate here. ST 6383 3291.
Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade II* listed. Some churchyard monuments are listed separately - they can be found here.
Ash (near Martock), Holy Trinity.
Its grade II listing dates it to 1841, with later additions. Another view. ST 4726 2071. Both Chris Kippin (2021). Link.
Ash Priors, Holy Trinity. Two interiors - 1, 2, a squint, and the list of incumbents, going back to 1439. ST 151 295. All Mike Berrell (2014). Grade II* listed.
Ashcott, All Saints (O). ST 4372 3715. Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade II* listed. A churchyard monument is listed as grade II.
Ashill, St. Mary the Virgin. Two interiors - 1, 2. The list of vicars commences in 1312. ST 321 173. All Mike Berrell (2014). Link. Grade II* listed.
Ashington, St. Vincent. ST 561 214. Julie Baker. Link.
Ashwick, St. James. ST 6371 4842. Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade I listed.
Axbridge, St. John the Baptist, which dates from circa 1400, with a restoration in 1888. ST 43152 54609. Roy Graham. Two additional views - 1, 2, the cockerel weather-vane and two of the grotesques - 1, 2, all Carole Sage (2018). Link. Grade I listed. The Methodist Church stands on West Street, and was built circa 1850 as Wesleyan. Another view. ST 42896 54587. Both Carole Sage (2018). Link. Grade II listed.

Babcary, Holy Cross, on Church Street. Its grade II* listing advises of a Saxon foundation. ST 5614 2878. A number of churchyard monuments have separate listings - they can be found here. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Main Street pre-dates a map of 1886, and it went out of use in 1965 or soon after (source). The same source also suggests that the part of the chapel furthest from the camera in Chris's photo may be of a chapel noted in 1811, with the rest of it from a later enlargement. ST 5636 2870. Both Chris Kippin (2020).
Backwell, St. Andrew. ST 49308 68332. Andrew Ross. Four additional views - 1, 2, 3, 4, the porch, two of the grotesques - 1, 2, the golden cockerel weather-vane, a carving of St. Andrew towards the top of the tower, two interior views - 1, 2, the chancel and screen, side chapel, a tomb, the pulpit, two windows - 1, 2, and the list of incumbents (which goes back to 1202), all Carole Sage (2016 and 2017). Grade I listed. Wesleyan Zion Chapel (1853), Graeme Harvey. Another view, Carole Sage (2016). Baptist Church. ST 497 693. Carole Sage (2016). Link.
Badgworth, St. Congar (a unique dedication) on Church Lane. Another view, and the porch, with sun-dial, the latter added to commemorate the Queen's silver jubilee in 1977. ST 39584 52617. All Carole Sage (2018). Link. Grade II listed. A 2011 photo shows the church before the render was added.
Baltonsborough, St. Dunstan. ST 5416 3480. Link. Grade I listed. Part of the churchyard boundary wall and a monument are listed separately, as grade II and grade II respectively. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. This source dates a Wesleyan Chapel here to 1844, but confusingly says it was to the west of the crossroads, but old maps clearly show it east of the crossroads. ST 5430 3493. Both Chris Kippin (2020). Old maps show a Moravian Chapel east of the village, at ST 5493 3501. The same source already quoted dates it to 1852, closed by 1955, and later converted to residential use. It can be seen here on a 2009 Streetview.
Banwell, St. Andrew (normally closed). ST 39945 59135. Barbara Barklem. Two additional views - 1, 2, a selection of gargoyles and grotesques - 1, 2, 3, cockerel weather-vane, two of the interior - 1, 2, the chancel and its painted ceiling, ringing chamber, the fine rood screen, the East window and two others (two of many good windows) - 1, 2, the stone C15 pulpit, and the C12 font. All Carole Sage (2018). Grade I listed. A glimpse of Banwell Abbey. Built on the site of an earlier monastery, this 14th/15th century building was a residence for the Bishops of Bath and Wells. Now converted to residential use, the grounds are private, and very well protected by walls and vegetation. ST 40036 59135. Carole Sage (2018). A photo of the house and chapel is available here. Grade II* listed. The Methodist Church on West Street was built as Wesleyan in 1862. ST 39773 59134. Its predecessor was a Wesleyan Chapel dating from the 1790's, on East Street. It's now in residential use. ST 39910 59077. Both Carole Sage (2018). Link. The former Free Methodist Chapel (1872) on Church Street. Sold to a Baptist congregation in the 1940's, it was used as a church hall in the 1950's, subsequently it was in commercial use, and has since been made residential. Another view. ST 39879 59105. Both Carole Sage (2018).
Barrington, St. Mary the Virgin. ST 389 181. Bill McKenzie. Another view, and two interior views - 1, 2, the latter showing the unusual double squint. An explanatory notice in the church says that the squints were there so the priests officiating in the side chapels could see, and synchronise to, the service at the main altar. All Mike Berrell (2014). Link. Grade I listed. Former Chapel at ST 389 182. Mike Berrell (2014).
Barrow Common, the former Baptist Chapel (a tin tabernacle). ST 551 681. Carole Sage (2016).
Barrow Gurney, Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. Edward. Two additional views - 1, 2. This was originally the priory church of a Benedictine nunnery. Following the Dissolution, the nunnery was re-built as a private house, and more recently has been sub-divided. Part of the house can be seen in the first church photo, and in the number 1 which follows. The gateway and lodge. Whether any fabric of the nunnery buildings still exists is not at present known. ST 515 685. The whole site can be seen in an aerial photograph here. ST 51466 68452. Link. Grade II* listed. The site of the chapel of the Barrow Hospital. The psychiatric hospital was built in 1939 and closed in 2006. Housing has been built on the site, and the chapel stood where the house at the centre of the photo now stands. ST 53811 68770. The former St. Anne. Built in the latter years of Victoria's reign, it seems to have closed before 1967, as it isn't marked as a place of worship on the O.S. map of that vintage. It was subsequently converted into a private residence, called St. Anne's. Another view. ST 52841 68121. The site of an iron Baptist Chapel which once stood on land belonging to Bristol Water Works (as it then was) for construction workers engaged in building reservoirs. Built in 1893, it is still marked on the 1938 O.S. map, but probably closed not long after. ST 53246 67770. All Carole Sage (2016 and 2017).
Barton St. David, St. David (O). This source says it was originally dedicated to All Saints, and it also includes an old engraving of the church. ST 5397 3171. Link. Grade II* listed. The churchyard has a cross and several memorials, listed separately - these can be found here. The former Ebenezer Congregational Chapel. The same source mentioned earlier in this entry dates it to 1804, and says it was "closed by 1958". ST 5400 3219. Both Chris Kippin (2020).
Barwick, St. Mary Magdalene. ST 5580 1386. Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed. Churchyard tombs listed separately can be found here.
Batcombe, St. Mary the Virgin. Another view, and the interior. ST 6901 3903. All Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade I listed. The former Methodist Church is labelled on older maps as Wesleyan. It can be seen here on a Streetview from 2009. ST 6893 3893. It's dated here to 1868-1965. It also says there was an earlier chapel of 1817, though it doesn't specify whether it was on the same site or not.
Bath.
Bath Abbey, Cemetery Chapel on Prior Park Road. Another view. Both Janet Gimber (2016). Link.
Bathampton, St. Nicholas. ST 777 665. Dave  Westrap. Another view, two views of the interior - 1, 2, the chancel, and the font, all Dennis Harper (2019). Link. Grade II* listed.
Bathealton, St. Bartholomew (1854). ST 0794 2407. Huw Thomas / The History Files. Link. Grade II listed.
Bathford, St. Swithun. Two further views- 1, 2. Link. The church itself doesn't seem to be listed, but part of the churchyard wall is listed as grade II - link. Some further ancient fragments seem to be built into the church itself. Bathford also has a Baptist Chapel with a date-stone of 1839. It closed in 2011 (see this link). All Peter Morgan (2012).
Bathpool, Taunton - see Taunton.
Bathwick, Bath - see Bath.
Bawdrip, St. Michael and All Angels, on Church Road. ST 3415 3959. Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade II* listed.
Bayford, the former Mission Room. It now serves as the village hall. A source mentions the building of a Mission Room here in 1881, presumably this one. ST 7264 2906.
Chris Kippin (2021).
Beckington, St. George, which is labelled on a map of 1904 as St. Gregory. ST 8016 5164. Link.
Grade I listed. The War Memorial, and several tombs are listed separately - they can be found here. The former Baptist Church (1839) on Frome Road is labelled on a map of 1886 as Baptist Chapel (Par.), i.e. Particular Baptist. ST 7994 5171. Grade II listed. Both Chris Kippin (2021). A former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel stands on Goose Street at ST 8011 5197. It can be seen on a Streetview from 2021. Grade II listed. A Nonconformist Mortuary Chapel stood in the cemetery on Church Street at ST 7989 5135. Its site (I think it has been demolished) can't be seen from Streetview because of roadside vegetation.
Beercrocombe, St. James. Two interiors - 1, 2. The list of rectors commences in 1318. ST 326 205. All Mike Berrell (2014). Grade I listed.
Berkley, St. Mary. The interior. ST 8111 4940. Both Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed.
Berrow, St. Mary on Coast Road, a C13 church. ST 293 524. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. A modern view. Andrew Ross. Interior view, Richard Roberts (2016). Grade I listed.
Bickenhall, the former St. Paul (1848) is now the Parish Hall. ST 2829 1876. Mike Berrell (2014). Grade II listed. Its medieval predecessor, also St. Paul, stood about half a mile to the NE at
ST 2866 1957. Demolished in 1849, the graveyard remains. The site can be seen here on a 2016 Streetview.
Bicknoller, St. George on Church Lane. Two interiors - 1, 2, and the list of vicars, which goes back to 1249. ST 111 394. All Mike Berrell (2013). Link. Grade I listed.
Biddisham, St. John the Baptist, on Biddisham Lane. At least the second church on the present site, it replaced a Norman church in the 13th century. The The bent appearance of the tower is real, the lower stage of the tower was already leaning when the 15th century upper stage was added. Another view, and the cockerel weather-vane. ST 38185 53438. Link. Grade II* listed. The former Bible Christian Chapel. Its present appearance reveals no hint of its prior religious use. It pre-dates a map of 1884, but by the 1903 edition it seems to have ceased as a chapel (at least, it isn't marked as such), and at some point it was converted to residential use. ST 38845 53047. Carole Sage (2018).
Binegar, Holy Trinity. Another view. Both Jill Bennett (2017). Link. Grade II* listed.
Bishop Sutton, Holy Trinity (1848) on Wick Road. Another view. ST 58595 59582. Grade II listed. The recently closed (2015) Methodist Chapel on The Street, built as Wesleyan in 1914. Carole advises that there were tentative plans for the Baptists to take over the building. ST 5872 5983. The predecessor building (1778) still stands adjacent, and served as the church hall after its replacement was built. A simple plaque announces that John Wesley Preached Here 17th September 1782. All Carole Sage (2016).
Bishop's Hull, Taunton - see Taunton.
Bishops Lydeard, St. Mary the Virgin on Church Street. Two interiors - 1, 2. ST 1679 2976. Another view, P. L. Kessler / The History Files, and an old postcard view, from Paul E. Barnett's Collection - note the variant (or mistaken) spelling Bishop Lydeard. Link. Grade I listed. A cross, and numerous tombs, etc, are listed separately, and they can be found here. The former Congregational Chapel on High Street. ST 1690 2989. All Mike Berrell (2013).
Bishopswood, Bishopswood Chapel (1874 - date-stone). ST 257 128. Both Mike Berrell (2014).
Blackford (near Wedmore), Holy Trinity (1823). Two interior views - 1, 2. ST 4088 4776. All Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II listed.
Blackford (near Wincanton), St. Michael. The Norman doorway. ST 6580 2616. Both Chris Kippin (2021). Grade II* listed (note that the photo included with the listing is not of St. Michael - it's St. Mary at Compton Pauncefoot. Older maps mark a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel at the north-west end of the village on Chapel  Lane, at ST 6559 2626. The VCH advises that it was built in 1837, "closed by 1949 and was subsequently demolished". I've been unable to find a photo, and Streetview hasn't passed the site.
Blagdon, St. Andrew. Link. Grade II* listed. Baptist Church. Link. The former Wesleyan Methodist Church, now in residential use. Another view. All Janet Gimber (2016).
Bossington, Methodist Church (1895 Wesleyan), on Bossington Lane. Interior view. SS 898 477. Both
Richard Roberts (2019). Another view,
Chris Kippin (2019). Grade II listed.
Bradford-on-Tone, St Giles. ST 1730 2298. Andrew Ross. Another view, two interior views - 1, 2, a window, and an unusual feature for a church - a set of stocks!, all Mike Berrell (2013). Link. Grade II* listed. The former Congregational Church on Regent Street. It bears a date-stone for 1859. ST 1722 2275. P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Peter Kessler's notes here (click on number 6) says that it was closed after WW1. It's now in residential use.
Bratton Seymour, St Nicholas. The carved stones in the porch arch are re-set (i.e. originally from elsewhere) says the grade II* listing. The doorway into the church is C12. ST 6770 3007. All Chris Kippin (2021). Link.
Breach Hill. A Baptist congregation used to meet in a house in the hamlet, though which house, and indeed whether it still survives is not, at present, known. The photo, and the following grid reference are just general ones for the hamlet. ST 53951 59841. Carole Sage (2017).
Brean, St. Bridget. Another view. ST 297 559. "Fantastic building!" says Andrew. Methodist Church. ST 295 561. Link. All Andrew Ross.
Brendon Hill, Methodist Church. This source says it was previously known as Beulah Bible Christian Chapel. ST 026 343.
Chris Kippin (2019).
Brent Knoll, St. Michael. ST 335 507. Link. Methodist Church. ST 333 507. Both Andrew Ross.
Bridgwater.
Brockley, St. Nicholas, now in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. Of Norman foundation, the chancel is 13th century, and the tower of the 15th. It was restored in the 1820's. ST 46589 66978. Carole Sage (2016). Interior view, the altar, the late medieval stone pulpit, the font, and three of the windows (which date from the 1820's restoration) - 1, 2, 3, the latter of St. Nicholas, the Piggott family pew (with its own door, fireplace, and a good view of the pulpit), the golden cockerel weather-vane, the headstone on the so-called "Pirate's Grave", and a selection of stone carvings and gargoyles - 1, 2, 3, 4, all Carole Sage (2017). Link. Grade II* listed.
Brompton Ralph, Blessed Virgin Mary. Another view, and the interior. ST 084 323.
All Chris Kippin (2019). Link. Grade II* listed.
Brompton Regis, Church of the Blessed Virgin St. Mary. The pulpit. SS 951 314.
Both Chris Kippin (2011). Grade II* listed. The former Zion Chapel, built as Methodist in 1854. SS 952 314. SS 9526 3142. Chris Kippin (2020). Grade II listed.
Broomfield, St. Mary and All Saints on Church Road. ST 224 320. Simon Kidner. Another view, and an interior, both John Pether. Link. Grade I listed.
Brushford, St Nicholas. SS 9195 2574.
Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade I listed.
Bruton, St. Mary the Virgin. ST 6846 3480. Bob Feltham. A photo from 1964, Christopher Skottowe. Link. Grade I listed. The Chapel in Sexey's Hospital (almshouse). From an old postcard (franked in 1906) in Christopher Skottowe's Collection. Link. The Methodist Church is on Shute Lane at ST 6796 3469. Old maps show it as Wesleyan. Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Old O.S. maps reveal another chapel, and the site of Bruton Augustinian Abbey. The latter is indicated on a plot of land immediately adjacent to St. Mary at ST 6846 3474, and the site can be seen on a 2016 Streetview to the left of the church. Link. The former Congregational Chapel stands on the south side of High Street at ST 6828 3485. It's now in commercial use (2016 Streetview).
Buckland Dinham, St Michael and All Angels. ST 7550 5127. Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade I listed. Old maps show a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel off High Street, at ST 7525 5124. Pre-dating a map of 1886, it can be seen in the background between the two houses on a Streetview from 2019.
Buckland St. Mary, St. Mary the Virgin. ST 271 135. Jon Mayled. Another view, two interiors - 1, 2, altar and reredos, and a spectacular memorial, all Mike Berrell (2014). Link. Grade II* listed.
Burnett, St. Michael. Another view. Link. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, now in residential use. All Janet Gimber (2014).
Burnham-on-Sea.
Burrington, Holy Trinity. ST 47862 59335. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. Three modern views - 1, 2, 3 and the sun-dial. This photo shows a gargoyle, and the dated rainwater goods gives the date of a restoration of this C15 church. Three more gargoyles - 1, 2, 3. The roe deer weathervane is a recent addition (2000). All Carole Sage (2017). Link. Grade I listed.
Burrowbridge, St. Michael on Main Road. Two interior views - 1, 2. ST 358 304. All Mike Berrell (2015). Grade II listed. Prominent locally is "Burrow Mump", on which stands the ruin of a church, built in 1793 on the site of a medieval predecessor. On-line sources either leave it nameless, or refer to it as St. Michael or The Free Chapel of St. Michael. P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Grade II listed. The former Ebenezer Baptist Chapel (1856), now in residential use. There is dating on-line (including in the grade II listing) for 1836. This seems to be erroneous. In the original photo a date-stone for 1856 can be seen clearly enough. P. L. Kessler / The History Files.
Burtle, St. Philip and St. James. Its grade II listing dates it to 1838-9. ST 3954 4329. Chris Kippin (2020). Link.
Burton, Baptist Chapel. Chris says it wasn't clear if this church was still active or not. ST 193 442.
Chris Kippin (2019).
Butcombe, St. Michael and All Angels, which is of the 15th century. The vestry was added in 1887. ST 51537 61874. Janet Gimber (2016). Another view, and a statue of St. George (1931) above the south door, both Carole Sage (2017). Link. Grade II* listed.
Butleigh, St. Leonard. ST 5200 3392.
Link, which says the church is of Saxon foundation. Grade II* listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, which pre-dates a map of 1886. Map evidence suggests it was closed between 1962 and 1974. ST 5219 3357. Both Chris Kippin (2020).

Cameley, St. James of Compostella is now cared for by the Churches Conservation Trust. Dating from the 12th century, the tower is of the 15th. The church was closed in 1956, it then being in a very poor condition. A determined restoration campaign followed, and it re-opened in 1960. But redundancy followed in 1976, and was transferred to what is now the Trust in 1981. Two further views - 1, 2, two interiors - 1, 2, the Clerk's pew, the pulpit and the font. Some wall paintings survive - this example shows the foot of St. Christopher as he was carrying the Christ child across a stream, and here's a jester. I particularly like the crab. An unusual feature is an external flight of steps, giving access to the gallery, built against the porch. ST 60124 57567. All Carole Sage (2016). Another view, Janet Gimber (2016). Link. Grade I listed.
Cannington, Blessed Virgin Mary on Church Street. Another view, the interior, pulpit and rood. ST 25788 39525. Link. Grade I listed. U.R.C. on High Str
eet. ST 2535 3950. Link. The handsome building at the entrance to the cemetery on High Street seems to not be a chapel (at least, it's not marked as such on any maps I can find), but could be mistaken for one. ST 2526 3950. All Chris Kippin (2019).
Carhampton, St. John the Baptist on Church Lane. Another view, and an interior view. ST 009 426. All Dave Westrap. Another view, and two additional interiors - 1, 2, all Mike Berrell (2013). Link1. Link2. Link3. Grade I listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Church, on High Street. ST 0070 4257.
Chris Kippin (2020).
Carlingcott, Methodist Church, originally United Free Methodist. Link. Grade II listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, now residential. Both Janet Gimber (2016).
Castle Cary, All Saints, on Church Street. ST 6392 3206. From an old postcard (franked 1908) in Steve Bulman's Collection. Link. Grade II* listed. Parts of the churchyard boundary wall, and several monuments, are listed separately - they can be found here. The former Congregational Chapel (1815), in Chapel Yard. ST 6383 3187. Chris Kippin (2020). Grade II listed. The Methodist Church on Upper High Street was built as Wesleyan. Its grade II listing dates it to circa 1840. ST 6434 3241. Chris Kippin (2020). Link.
Catcott, St. Peter, on Church Way. ST 3942 3928. Chris Kippin (2020). Link dates it to 1292. Grade I listed. The 25" O.S. map of 1886 shows a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel at the junction of Hector Lane and Steel Lane, at ST 3959 3945. Since demolished, the chapel stood here, as seen on a 2011 Streetview, nearer to the road than the bungalow, and at 90 degrees to it. This source dates it to 1876 or 1877, and says it was preceded by an earlier chapel of 1826 at the junction of Lippet's Way and Scot's Lane. Without a map showing exactly where it was, I've picked a general view of the junction itself, and the properties on either side, as seen by Streetview in 2009.
Chantry, Holy Trinity, a G. G. Scott church. Another view. ST 7192 4702. Link. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. It pre-dates a map of 1886. ST 7170 4696. All Chris Kippin (2021).
Chapel Cross, the scant remains of the C14 St. Andrew's Chapel. SS 905 448. Richard Roberts (2019). It is a Scheduled Monument.
Chard.
Charlton Adam, St. Peter and St. Paul. Another view and the interior. ST 5351 2866. All Chris Kippin (2020). Grade I listed. A former, small and rather handsome Wesleyan Methodist Chapel stands at the junction of Top Road and Broad Street, at ST 5372 2874. It can be seen here on a 2009 Streetview. It's still labelled, and was presumably active, when a map of 1962 was published.
Charlton Horethorne, St. Peter and St. Paul. ST 6652 2307. Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed. A Wesleyan Methodist Chapel is shown on old maps on North Road, at ST 6636 2343. This source dates it to 1861, a re-build of an earlier chapel of 1828, with closure in 1928 and subsequent demolition. Its site is to the left rear of the house seen here in a 2021 Streetview.
Charlton Mackrell, Blessed Virgin Mary (or St. Mary, St. Mary the Virgin), and the interior. ST 5282 2834.  Both Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade II* listed. A number of churchyard monuments are listed separately - they can be found here. Although not especially indicated on any maps I've seen, there is a grade I listing for the The Abbey, near the church, which the listing says is built on the site of a chantry chapel.
ST 5356 2869. Its Wikipedia entry includes a photo.
Charlton Musgrove, St. John, which stands a little over 1
miles N.E. of the village. Older maps and its grade II listing have it as St. John's Memorial Chapel. Interior view. ST 7299 3174. Link. Three hundred yards to its west is a former Baptist Chapel. It's dated to 1817-1958, according to the house name-sign, but 1830-1958 according to this source. ST 7270 3171. St. Stephen stands in the village at ST 7201 2991. Link. Grade II* listed. All Chris Kippin (2021).
Charlynch, the former St Mary, deconsecrated in 1981 and subsequently converted to residential use. ST 238 378.
Chris Kippin (2019). Link. Grade I listed.
Charterhouse-on-Mendip, St. Hugh. The building was originally used by lead miners as a meeting/welfare hall, and converted into a church in 1908. Two additional views - 1, 2. ST 5013 5566. All Carole Sage (2017). Grade II* listed, for its Arts and Crafts interior. It opens to visitors during the summer months of Sunday afternoons, 2-5 PM.
Cheddar.
Cheddon Fitzpaine, The Blessed Virgin Mary on Maidenbrook Lane. Another view. ST 243 276. Both Alan Gardiner (2013). The lychgate is substantial, as is the lich-stone, where the coffin could be rested. Two interior views - 1, 2. All Mike Berrell (2013). Link. Grade II* listed.
Chedzoy, Blessed Virgin Mary. A carved stone on the south porch bears the date 1579. ST 3411 3767. Both Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade I listed. A converted Wesleyan Methodist Chapel survives on Front Street, at ST 3390 3741. It's shown (but not labelled) on a map of 1889. It can be seen here on a 2011 Streetview.
Chelmsine, the former Plymouth Brethren Chapel of circa 1880, now in residential use. ST 1893 1843. P. L. Kessler / The History Files.
Chelston Heathfield, the Congregational Church at ST 1600 2119. It pre-dates an O.S. map of 1888. P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Peter's Kessler's entry for this church (select number 1) says that this is now a Brethren Chapel, and has been since at least 1929.
Chelvey, St. Bridget. Another view. ST 4662 6837. Both Carole Sage (2016). Grade I listed.
Chelwood, St. Leonard. Janet Gimber (2016). Link. Grade II* listed.
Chesterblade, The Blessed Virgin Mary. Interior view and the plain Norman tub font. ST 6610 4123. Link.
Grade II* listed. The stump of a cross in the churchyard is listed as grade II. All Chris Kippin (2021).
Chew Magna, St. Andrew on South Parade. Another three views -1, 2, 3, the tower, gargoyles and carved heads - 1, 2, 3, four of the interior - 1, 2, 3, 4, the East window, the screen, and the richly-carved pulpit and Norman font. The church has some fine monuments - 1, 2, 3. ST 57716 63240. Link. Grade I listed. The former Hope Chapel (1874, Methodist Free Church) on Battle Lane. Now used as an office, it seems to have closed as a church in the 1970's. An earlier Wesleyan Methodist Chapel is mentioned in a National Gazetteer (1868), but its location is so far unknown. ST 57161 63155. Catholic Church of the Sacred Heart on High Street. (1960's, R.C.). ST 57114 63104. Link1. Link2. Chew Magna Baptist Church on Tunbridge Road was built by Bristol Baptist Itinerant Society. However, the congregation dates back to 1824, and meetings will have been held in cottages, or outdoors, until the church was opened in 1867. There were a number of other small chapels in the valley, some without a baptistery, so christenings for these would be held at Chew Magna. Another view. ST 57666 63044. Link. Grade II listed.
All Carole Sage (2017).
Chew Stoke, St. Andrew on Church Lane. Note the eccentric stair-turret with its own small spire. Another view. The church has a good number of gargoyles, a selection of four - 1, 2, 3, 4. ST 55685 61948. All Carole Sage (2017). Link. Grade II* listed. Methodist Church (C), a late C19 re-build of an 1815-16 chapel. ST 55993 61599. Carole Sage (2016).
Chewton Keynsham, Mission Church. It was converted from an older school in the late 19th century. ST 65239 66319. Carole Sage (2017). Link.
Chewton Mendip, St. Mary Magdalene. Two extra views - 1, 2, a carved stone figure, a selection of the (mostly cheerful) gargoyles and grotesques - 1, 2, 3, three of the interior - 1, 2, 3, the lovely embroidered altar cloth, and two of the windows - 1, 2. ST 5964 5315. All Carole Sage (2016 and 2017). Link. Grade I listed. A former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel stands to the south-west of the village at ST 5919 5232. Chris Kippin (2021).
Chilcompton, St. John the Baptist. Another view. Link. Grade II* listed. Church House (on On The Street), built as the hall for St. John in 1916, it has been used for services. The former St. Aldhelm (R.C.) on Frys Well and Bowden Hill. Link (still available). The former Methodist Church, on Frys Well and Bakers Lane, now residential, was originally Wesleyan. All Janet Gimber (2016).
Chilthorne Domer, St. Mary. ST 5248 1942. Chris Kippin (2021). Link has an interior view. Grade II* listed. Churchyard monuments listed separately can be found here.
Chilton Cantelo, St. James. ST 5702 2218. Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed.
Chilton Polden, St Edward. The church is somewhat unusual in having its Sunday School within the churchyard. ST 3735 3996. Both Chris Kippin (2020). Grade II listed. Older O.S. maps mark Sion Independent/Congregational Chapel at ST 3793 3970. It pre-dates a map of 1886, and can be seen here on a 2011 Streetview. The building currently on the site betrays no signs of having been a chapel, but looks old enough to be it. This source dates it to 1840, and says it was sold in 1939. It also mentions that a house was used for worship from 1860 by Primitive Methodists, but I've been unable to establish where this was.
Chilton Trinity, Holy Trinity. The interior, and the pulpit. ST 296 391. All
Chris Kippin (2019). Link. Grade II* listed.
Chiselborough, St. Peter and St. Paul on Church Lane. Two interior views - 1, 2, and the altar. ST 468 149. All Mike Berrell (2014). Grade II* listed.
Churchill, St. John the Baptist on Church Lane. A C12 church re-built in the C14 and C15, with a Victorian restoration. Two further views - 1, 2, and an example of the many gargoyles. ST 4373 6024. Link. Grade I listed. The Methodist Church on Front Street dates from the 1870's. Another view. Link. Grade II listed. All Carole Sage (2016).
Churchinford, Baptist Chapel. Simon Kidner.
Churchstanton, St. Peter & St. Paul. ST 1958 1453. Simon Kidner. Two additional views - 1, 2, both P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Link. Grade I listed.
Clandown, the former Holy Trinity, now in residential use. Another view. The former Methodist Church on Springfield Place, built as Primitive Methodist. All Janet Gimber (2016).
Clapton, the former Methodist Church on Zion Hill, originally Wesleyan. Janet Gimber (2016).
Clapton in Gordano, St. Michael, now in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. It closed in 1995, though occasional services are still held here. Another view, and the porch. ST 46783 73536. All Carole Sage (2016). Link. Grade I listed.
Claverham, St. Barnabas on Jasmine Lane. Two additional views - 1, 2. ST 449 666. Link. The former Methodist Church (1867-1972) on Chapel Lane, now converted to residential use. ST 447 661. Friends' Meeting House (1729) on Meeting House Lane. It replaced an earlier one which dated back to at least 1672. Another view. Free Church (Evangelical) on Claverham Road. ST 446 660. All Carole Sage (2016).
Cleeve, Holy Trinity. Another view. ST 460 661. Link. Grade II* listed. A former chapel on Chapel Lane and Cleeve Hill Road. Marked as such on the 1974 O.S. map, it's now in residential use. The Geograph entry, states that it was a Brethren church, and that it had been built as a chapel for quarry workers. The 1882-3 O.S. marks it as Christian Brethren. Another view. All Carole Sage (2016).
Clevedon, including Walton St. Mary.
Cloford, The Blessed Virgin Mary. Its grade I listing says it was  re-built in 1856. Another view. ST 7264 4398. Both Chris Kippin (2021). Link.
Closworth, All Saints. ST 5638 1005. Chris Kippin (2021). Grade II* listed. Listings for associated structures can be found here.
Clutton, St. Augustine of Hippo on Marsh Lane. Originally of the late C12 (with a tower of the C15) the church has been extensively re-built over the ensuing centuries. This is one of a very small number of churches with a ha-ha to keep livestock out of the churchyard. ST 6227 5893. Carole Sage (2016). Two further views - 1, 2. Grade II* listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Upper Bristol Road dates from 1810, and has been converted to residential use, seemingly since 2002, when it is still shown as a place of worship on the O.S. map of that vintage. ST 619 591. The former Congregational Chapel (later U.R.C.) on Station Road is of the late C19, and had closed during the 1980's or 1990's. This is also now residential. ST 6236 5923. The site of the Zion United Free Methodist Church, which the 1885 1:2,500 map shows simply as Nonconformist. It stood some distance behind the trees on the left. ST 6236 5886. Janet Gimber (2016). Howard Richter has been investigating this, and has been able to refine the placement of the site of the chapel on modern maps, and identifies the property now called Elmwood as its probable site. It can be seen on a 2019 Streetview here. Clutton also had a Primitive Methodist Chapel, as noticed in a gazetteer of 1868, but where this was, and whether is still survives is, at present, uncertain. All Carole Sage (2016). Howard Richter speculates that the unplaced Primitive Methodist Chapel may have been the same building later occupied as Zion.
Coleford, Holy Trinity. Interior view. ST 6865 4900. Link. Grade II listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Church Street. An Estate Agents' notice from 2011 has an interior photo. ST 6875 4888. It has a date-stone for 1865. Grade II listed. A former tin tabernacle, now called The Old Gospel Hall stands near the north end of Church Street, and bears a date of 1915. ST 6866 4941. The modern Gospel Hall stands on Anchor Road at ST 6865 4948, and was being built in 2009 when Streetview went past. All Chris Kippin (2021). The village also had a Primitive Methodist Chapel, on High Street at ST 6853 4868. Its site, now used for private parking, can be seen here on a Streetview from 2019. Its My Primitive Methodists entry has a short history, and mentions a building date of 1863 and a former Presbyterian Chapel which had been used before this (its site isn't located).
Combe Down, Holy Trinity. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. Link.
Combe Florey, St. Peter & St. Paul. ST 1506 3117. Simon Kidner. Another view, two interiors - 1, 2, and the list of rectors, which commences in 1316. ST 156 3117. All Mike Berrell (2016). Another view, P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Link. Grade I listed. In the churchyard are a cross, a war memorial and a tomb which all have separate listings - they can be seen here.
Combe St. Nicholas, St. Nicholas. Two interiors - 1, 2. A brass plaque gives a little history about the screen. ST 301 112. Link. Grade I listed. Methodist Church (1891) on Stooper's Hill. ST 301 114. Link. Grade II listed. All Mike Berrell (2013).
Combwich, St. Peter (1870) on Church Hill, undergoing repairs. ST 2586 4227. Mike Berrell (2016). The repairs had evidently been completed by 2019 - two additional views - 1, 2, and the interior, all
Chris Kippin (2019). Grade II listed. The former 1838 Bethel Chapel on School Lane, now in residential use. ST 2578 4236. Mike Berrell (2016).
Compton Bishop, St. Andrew on Church Lane. Dedicated in 1236, the south doorway is older than that. Two additional views - 1, 2. ST 39593 55393. All Carole Sage (2018). Link. Grade I listing, which mentions a Norman tub font, and a "fine C15 pulpit".
Compton Dando, Church of The Blessed Virgin Mary. At least the second church on the site, the present church dates from the 14th century, and has undergone much restoration since the mid-18th. Three additional views - 1, 2, 3, a gargoyle, and the lych-gate. Two interior views - 1, 2, a beautifully carved wooden cross, two windows - 1, 2, the stone pulpit and the font (both of 1883). ST 64564 64651. Link. Grade II* listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. Mentioned in a gazetteer of 1868, it seems to have still been active at least until the 1970's. The residential property into which it was converted constitutes only part of the original building - another part which stood at right angles covered the present parking area. ST 64511 64378. All Carole Sage (2017).
Compton Martin, St. Michael the Archangel. Another view. Link1. Link2. Grade I listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Mill Street, now in residential use. Another view. All Janet Gimber (2016). A moated site to the north of the village, now a farm called Moat Farm, was previously a chapelry - an annexe to St. Michael the Archangel in the village. Old maps mark it as a nunnery. Carole's photo shows a general view of the farm. Whether any fabric remains of the old ecclesiastic buildings is so far not known. ST 54792 58702. Carole Sage (2017). The farmhouse itself is grade II listed; it makes no mention of the chapelry or nunnery.
Compton Pauncefoot, Blessed Virgin Mary. ST 6441 2616. Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed. Other listed features associated with the church can be found here.
Congresbury, St. Andrew on Church Drive. It was consecrated in 1215, on the site of an earlier church. ST 4357 6377. Jack Frost. Two additional views - 1, 2, two interiors - 1, 2, the Merle Chapel, and the altar. The font is C13, with a Jacobean cover, and the pulpit is of 1856. All Carole Sage (2016). Link. Grade I listed. Methodist Church on High Street. It dates from 1875, though there has been a Methodist congregation since 1852. It's not known whether the earlier building (if there indeed was one) was sited here or elsewhere. ST 4378 6373. Carole Sage (2016). Link.
Corfe, St. Nicholas. Two interiors - 1, 2. ST 233 197. All Mike Berrell (2014). Link. Grade II* listed.
Corston, All Saints. Of the later 12th century, the tower is an addition of 1622. The list of incumbents dates back to 1180, when "Abel the Priest" was in residence. Three additional views - 1, 2, 3. A gargoyle, and carved cats head. Interior view, the chancel and side chapel, altar, stone pulpit, the font, and two of the windows - 1, 2. A plaque records the addition of the north aisle in 1865. ST 69492 65282. Link. Grade II listed. The former Wesleyan Chapel, now converted to residential use. It pre-dates a gazetteer of 1868, and seems to have closed in the 1960's. The same gazetteer also mentions a Primitive Methodist Chapel. ST 69418 65448. The Chapel of St. Theresa's Nursing and Residential Home is modern, and is first marked on the 1997 O.S. map. ST 69506 65492. All Carole Sage (2017).
Corton Denham, St Andrew. Two additional views - 1, 2, ST 6359 2260. All Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II listed. Several tombs in the churchyard are listed separately - they can be found here. A Wesleyan Methodist Chapel is shown on older maps, at ST 6326 2248. This source dates it to circa 1859, disused by 1910, and later converted to residential use. It can be seen here in a Streetview from 2009.
Cossington, Blessed Virgin Mary on Manor Road, and the interior. ST 3565 4028. Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade II* listed. It seems a little odd that a village of this size would appear never to have had a non-conformist chapel, although this source mentions a Baptist meeting in a private house (unlocated, so far).
Cotford St. Luke, the former Chapel of the Somerset and Bath Lunatic Asylum on Graham Way was in use as a pub and restaurant when the Streetview van went past in 2009. ST 1679 2736. Link. St. Luke's Centre (2018), off Roger's Walk. Link. Both P. L. Kessler / The History Files.
Cothelstone, St. Thomas of Canterbury (old maps show it as St. Thomas Becket). ST 1814 3185. P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Link. Grade I listed.
Coxley, Christ Church. Bill Henderson.
Cranmore, St. Bartholomew (O). ST 668 433. John Balaam (2019). Link. Grade I listed.
Creech St. Michael, St. Michael on Bull Street. ST 275 253. Maggie Exon. Another view, three interior views - 1, 2, 3, and an unusual feature in a churchyard - a set of stocks, all Mike Berrell (2013). Another view, P. L. Kessler (2019) / The History Files. Link. Grade I listed. Zion Baptist Church on St. Michael Road. ST 273 257. Mike Berrell (2013). Another view, P. L. Kessler (2019) / The History Files. Link. Hereabouts a Wesleyan Methodist congregation met in a house in the 1840's and 1850's. P. L. Kessler (2019) / The History Files.
Crewkerne.
Cricket Malherbie, St. Mary Magdalene. ST 361 115. Julie Baker. Link.
Cricket St. Thomas, St. Thomas, which was used in the TV series "To the Manor Born". Another view. ST 372 085. Both Julie Baker. Link.
Croford, the site of a Mission Church at Slapemoor Bridge, as seen by the Streetview van in 2009. It first shows on a map of 1930. Map evidence suggests it survived at least into the 1970's.
Croscombe, St. Mary the Virgin. Mark Turbott. Another view, and the interior, showing the rood screen and pulpit. ST 591 445. Both Kevin Gordon. Another exterior and interior view, both Christopher Skottowe (1965). Link. Grade I listed. The Seventh-day Adventist Church on Old Street Lane is a former Methodist Church of 1890, labelled on old maps as Wesleyan. TF 5895 4430. Chris Kippin (2021). Link.
Crowcombe, Church of the Holy Ghost. Another view, two interior views - 1, 2, and a list of vicars dating back to 1297. ST 141 367. All Mike Berrell (2013). Link. Grade I listed.
Cucklington, St Lawrence.
ST 7552 2776. Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed. Numerous tombs and other features in the churchyard are listed separately here.
Culbone, St. Beuno (there are also references to it as St. Culbone). Has been claimed as the smallest parish church in England. Simon Kidner. Link. Grade I listed.
Curland, the former All Saints. It was re-built on the same foundations as an earlier church in 1856. In 1972 it was made redundant, and subsequently converted to residential use. It's visible, somewhat distantly, in a 2014 Streetview here. ST 2706 1686. Link. Grade II listed. A tomb in the churchyard is also grade II listed.
Curry Mallet, All Saints on Lower Street. Another view, and two interiors - 1, 2. This church was previously dedicated to St. James - the building grade I listing calls it such. Mike has found an on-line source of 1875 calling it St. James, and another of 1939 as All Saints. Can you narrow down the date any more closely?  ST 334 209. All Mike Berrell (2014). Link.
Curry Rivel, St. Andrew. Another view. Both Jenny Ludgate. Two interior views - 1, 2; the list of rectors and vicars goes back to 1257. All Mike Berrell (2013). Link. Grade I listed. U.R.C., built as Congregational in 1840. Mike Berrell (2013). Link. Grade II listed.
Cutcombe, St. John the Evangelist. Another view, and the interior. SS 930 392. All Chris Kippin (2019). Link. Grade II* listed.

Dean, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel of 1899 (date-stone), which appears to have closed recently. ST 6719 4400. Both Chris Kippin (2021).
Dinder, St. Michael. ST 5751 4459. Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed.
Dinnington, St. Nicholas on Church Hill. Interior view (taken through a window). ST 403 128. Grade II* listed. The former Bible Christian Chapel (1864 - date-stone) on Chapel Lane, now in secular use. ST 402 129. Grade II listed. All Mike Berrell (2014).
Ditcheat, St. Mary Magadalen. ST 625 363. Chris Kippin. Link. Grade I listed.
Dodington, All Saints, which is now cared for by the Churches Conservation Trust. Another view. ST 172 406. Both Chris Kippin (2019). Link. Grade I listed.
Donyatt, St. Mary. Another view, and two interiors - 1, 2. ST 339 141. All Mike Berrell (2014). Grade II* listed.
Doulting, St. Aldhem. ST 6462 4313. Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade I listed. A cross and numerous monuments in the churchyard are listed separately here.
Downhead, All Saints. The porch has a date-stone for 1751. Interior view. ST 6918 4619. Link. Grade II* listed. A former Primitive Methodist Chapel stands just over a mile S.S.W. of the church, at ST 6889 4529. It has a date-stone for 1863. Link. All Chris Kippin (2021).
Dowlish Wake, St. Andrew on Mill Lane. Two interiors - 1, 2. ST 3758 1297. All Mike Berrell (2014). Link. Grade II* listed.
Downside (near Bristol), the now unrecognisable Methodist Chapel. Originally Wesleyan, map evidence shows that it is at least as old as 1882-3. It was still marked as a place of worship on the 1997 O.S. map, but has since been converted for residential use. ST 49932 65931. Carole Sage (2017).
Downside (near Shepton Mallet), the site of the demolished Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, as seen by Streetview in 2021. Maps suggest it was built between 1888 and 1903, and closed and demolished in the 1960's. ST 6238 4498.
Drayton, St. Catherine on Church Street. Two interiors - 1, 2. ST 4052 2478. All Mike Berrell (2016). Grade I listed.
Dulcote, the former CoE Chapel. It's dated here to 1860 "until the late 1980's". ST 5644 4459. Chris Kippin (2021).
Dulverton, All Saint
s. SS 9164 2800. Grade II* listed. The former Methodist Chapel. SS 913 281. Congregational Church (1831) on Chapel Street. SS 9140 2776. Grade II listed. Roman Catholic Church of St. Stanislaus. Interior view, and a window of St. Stanislaus. SS 913 281. Link. All Chris Kippin (2019).
Dundon, St. Andrew. Another view. There is a very large and ancient yew tree in the churchyard. ST 4794 3253. All Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade II* listed. The former Wesleyan Mission Hall on Ham Lane, a little way north-east of the village at ST 4835 3276. Its date-stone is for 1887. This source implies the date was the building's date of acquisition rather than of its erection, and also dates its closure "by 1949" with sale circa 1956. Chris Kippin (2021).
Dundry, St. Michael the Archangel on Church Road, with its remarkable tower. ST 5576 6686. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. Three additional views - 1, 2, 3, all Carole Sage (2016). The top of the tower, two weather-vanes - 1, 2, (the latter bearing the date 1861, when a major restoration took place), and two grotesques - 1, 2, all Carole Sage (2018). Link1. Link2. Grade I listed. Baptist Church. Built in 1828 by the Bristol Baptist Itinerant Society, the date-stone announces that it was also restored in 1877. Two further views - 1, 2. ST 5649 6661. All Carole Sage (2016).
Dunster, St. George. SS 990 436. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. Two modern views 1, 2, and two interior views 1, 2 all Dave Westrap. Another view,  Carole Sage (2016). Link1. Link2. Link3. The former Methodist Chapel on West Street and St. Georges Street. Another view. SS 9901 4357. Both Carole Sage (2016). The Nunnery on Church Street was built as a nunnery, but never used as such, and was instead used as guest accommodation (with chantry chapel) for the Priory. From Jim Parker's Collection. Link.
Durleigh, St Hugh. Another view. ST 274 361. Both Chris Kippin (2019). Grade II* listed (where the dedication isn't given).
Durston, St. John the Baptist. Built in 1853, on the site of an earlier church. ST 291 281. Simon Kidner. Another view, and two interiors - 1, 2, all Mike Berrell (2013). Link. Grade II listed.

East Brent, St. Mary the Virgin. ST 343 519. Link. Methodist Church. ST 347 520. Both Andrew Ross.
East Chinnock, St. Mary the Virgin on High Street. Interior views - 1, 2, and a modern window. ST 499 133. All Mike Berrell (2014). Link. Grade II listed.
East Coker, St. Michael and All Angels. Interior view and the font. ST 5388 1219. Link. Grade II* listed. A large number of tombs in the churchyard are listed separately - they can be found here. Cemetery Chapel and an interior view. ST 5406 1252. There used to be another chapel just a few yards further north at ST 5408 1257. This is marked on old maps as Nonconformist, the extant one as Church of England. The former Mission Room at Burton. ST 5342 1336. Christian Fellowship at Burton, previously a Plymouth Brethren "tin tabernacle" dated here to 1894, though the congregation existed by 1844. ST 5351 1366. Link. All Chris Kippin (2021). Another building is listed as St. Roch Cottage with Attached Methodist Chapel, (grade II), and "Chapel is extension Eastwards nearest road", dated to 1713 (though whether this is the cottage or chapel isn't clear, and the date-stone isn't visible from Streetview). The grid reference is ST
54122 12356, which is on Moor Lane, and the building was seen by Streetview in 2009. Another listing is for Naish Priory, wherein it says "a substantial house but never a priory".
East Cranmore, the former St. James. Its grade II listing dates it to 1846, and its Wikipedia entry has its closure as 1958. Another view. ST 6815 4385. Both Chris Kippin (2021).
East Harptree, St. Laurence, undergoing re-roofing in 2016. Two additional views - 1, 2. Link. Grade II* listed. The former United Free Methodist Chapel, now in residential use. All Janet Gimber (2016). The former St. Michael's Catholic Church. ST 57215 56485. It seems to have been built around the 1870's, and the 1997 O.S. map still marks it as a place of worship. It was sold around 2009/10 and has been converted for residential use. Carole Sage (2017). Geograph has another view.
East Horrington, the former St. John. ST 5815 4672. Chris Kippin (2021). Its grade II listing dates it to 1838.
East Lydford, Blessed Virgin Mary or St. Mary. Another view. Its grade II listing dates it to 1866, and its Wikipedia entry says it is now redundant and in private ownership. ST 5724 3125. Both Chris Kippin (2020).
East Lyng, St. Bartholomew. Two interior views - 1, 2. ST 333 289. All Mike Berrell (2015). Link. Grade I listed.
East Pennard, All Saints. Another view. ST 596 374. Both Chris Kippin. Link. Grade I listed.
East Quantoxhead. Maggie Exon.
East Woodlands, St. Katharine. The interior and font. ST 7898 4415. All Chris Kippin (2021). Link dates it to 1714.
Easton, St. Paul. ST 5134 4763. June Norris. Another view, Chris Kippin (2021). Link.
Easton in Gordano, St. George. ST 5143 7575. Peter Morgan. Two additional views - 1, 2, both Carole Sage (2018). The handsome dragon weather-vane, Carole Sage (2018). Link. Grade II* listed.
Edgarley, St. Andrew (1897), a former Mission Church, and now a school chapel. See its Wikipedia entry for its history. ST 5187 3808. Chris Kippin (2021).
Edington, St. George on The Walls. Its grade II listing dates it to a complete re-build in 1879 on an earlier site. ST 3871 3980. Edington Chapel (Evangelical) on Broadway. ST 3894 3931. Both Chris Kippin (2020). Link.
Elworthy, St. Martin of Tours, now in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. Interior view (including the font) and the pulpit. ST 082 349.
All Chris Kippin (2019). Link. Grade II* listed.
Emborough, Blessed Virgin Mary, now in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. ST 6144 5135.
Two interior views - 1, 2. All Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed.
Enmore, St. Michael on Frog Lane. Two interiors - 1, 2. The list of rectors commences before 1330. ST 2398 3521. All Mike Berrell (2016 ). Link. Grade II* listed.
Evercreech, St. Peter. ST 6494 3868. From an old postcard (franked 1905) in Steve Bulman's Collection. A view from 1964, Christopher Skottowe. Three additional views - 1, 2, 3, all Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade I listed. The former Methodist Chapel on Weymouth Road, built as Wesleyans. This source dates it to 1872, closing in 2003, and says that it stands adjacent to its smaller predecessor of 1826. This has to be the building seen here, in a Streetview from 2009. ST 6475 3861.
Exford, St. Mary Magdalene on Church Hill - a C15 church re-built in 1867. SS 857 385. Interior view. Grade II* listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1838) on Chapel Street. Closed in 1979, it has been converted to residential use. SS 853 383. All Richard Roberts (2019).
Exton, St. Peter and St. Paul. Another view and the interior. SS 925 337. All
Chris Kippin (2019). Grade II* listed.

Failand, St. Bartholomew. Two further views - 1, 2. ST 5148 7351. Grade II listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1825), was converted into a private residence in the mid-1960's. ST 5189 7360. The former Methodist Church. Built in the 1960's to serve new housing, the chapel had been converted to residential use by the 1990's. ST 51708 71841. All Carole Sage (2016).
Farleigh Hungerford, St Leonard. ST 799 574.
Chris Kippin (2019). Grade II* listed.
Farmborough, All Saints. Another view. Grade II* listed. The former United Free Methodist Chapel (1895). The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, also now residential. All Janet Gimber (2016).
Farrington Gurney, St. John the Baptist. Another view. Link. Grade II listed. Methodist Church. Link. All Janet Gimber (2016).
Faulkland, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. ST 740 546.
Chris Kippin (2019).
Felton, St. Katherine and the Noble Army of Martyrs' at Felton Common Hill. Consecrated in 1869, it replaced a wooden church at another location (Potter's Hill). Another view. An impressive carving of an angel was created by local artist Ant Beetlestone from the stump of a beech tree. ST 51520 65657. Link. The former Felton Chapel (U.R.C., originally Independent) pre-dates an 1882-3 map. A local informant advised Carole that it had only closed quite recently. ST 52011 65255. All Carole Sage (2017).
Fiddington, St. Martin of Tours on Church Road. Two interior views - 1, 2. The list of rectors commences in 1316. ST 2157 4059. All Mike Berrell (2016). Grade II listed.
Fitzhead, St. James the Great on Church Road. Two Interior views - 1, 2. The list of incumbents goes back to 1262. ST 120 284. All Mike Berrell (2014). Grade II* listed.
Five Cross Way, the former Plymouth Brethren Chapel, now in residential use. ST 1772 1987. P. L. Kessler / The History Files.
Fivehead, St. Martin. Two interior views - 1, 2. ST 353 229. Link. Grade I listed. Baptist Chapel (1860, enlarged 1869, as the date-stone says). Interior view. Link. Grade II listed. All Mike Berrell (2013).
Flax Bourton, St. Michael and All Angels. Two additional views - 1, 2, the clock, weather vane, and a gargoyle and grotesque. ST 5066 6937. All Carole Sage (2016 and 2017). Interior view, from an old postcard in Andrew Ross's Collection, dated ca. 1920. Grade II* listed. The former Hospital Chapel (1860), dedicated to St. George, was originally built as the chapel for Bedminster Union workhouse, at the expense of William Gibbs of Tyntesfield. The hospital closed in about 1993, and was subsequently converted to offices, but Carole Sage says it doesn't appear to be in use at present. ST 518 695. Graeme Harvey. Two additional views - 1, 2, both Carole Sage (2016). Grade II listed.
Ford Street, a glimpse of the former Plymouth Brethren Chapel, which is now in residential use. It pre-dates the 25" O.S. map surveyed between 1873 and 1888. It seems to have still been active in 1905, but had closed before 1957. ST 1556 1834. P. L. Kessler / The History Files
Forde Abbey, the chapel, originally the chapter house of the monastery. Interior view. ST 359 051. Both Steve Bulman (2010). Link.
Foxcote, St. James the Less. Janet Gimber (2016). Link.
Frome, St. John the Baptist on Bath Street. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. Two modern views - 1, 2, interior view, and font, all Dennis Harper (2010). Link. Grade II* listed - link. The Frome Dissenters Cemetery Chapel. JP Parsons & Trustees of Frome Dissenters Cemetery. Link.

Galhampton, the church. Its history can be found on the church website here, but basically what was originally a Congregational Chapel is now an L.E.P. (U.R.C. and CoE). ST 6360 2974. Chris Kippin (2020).
Galmington,
Taunton - see Taunton.
Gare Hill, the former St. Michael. Two additional views - 1, 2. ST 7799 4023. All Chris Kippin (2021). The village also has a former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. It, or its replacement with the same L-shaped footprint, can be seen in a Streetview from 2011.
Glastonbury.
Goathurst, St. Edward King and Martyr on Long Lane. Two interiors - 1, 2. ST 25655 34356. All Mike Berrell (2016).  Link. Grade I listed.
Great Elm, St. Mary Magdalene. An interior view, and a luxury box pew! ST 7464 4932. All Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade I listed. A tomb and war memorial are listed separately - they can be seen here. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel at ST 7493 4939 as seen by Streetview in 2009. It pre-dates a map of 1887.
Green Ore, the former Mission Room. ST 5779 5029. Chris Kippin (2021).
Greenham, St. Peter (1860). ST 0787 2017. Huw Thomas / The History Files. Link.
Greinton, St. Michael and All Angels. Another view. ST 4126 3641. Both Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade I listed.

Halcon, Taunton - see Taunton.
Hallatrow, Friends' Meeting House and burial ground, at the junction of Wells Road and Harts Lane. Janet advises that there is no obvious sign of the burial ground, and whether the building that was the one used by the Friends is the current one is also unknown. It was in use from the 17th century. Standing opposite on Wells Road is the site of the former Gospel Hall, which burned down in 1962. The present building has a churchy look about it, but whether it is used as such, or was a residential re-build reflecting the sites history is unknown. Both Janet Gimber (2016).
Halse, St. James the Less on Church Lane. Two interiors - 1, 2. ST 1400 2774. All Mike Berrell (2014). Two additional views - 1, 2, both P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Link. Grade I listed. The churchyard has some tombs and a war memorial listed separately - these can be found here. The 1904 25" O.S. map marks a Bible Christian Chapel at ST 1396 2812. This source dates it to 1847, and it says it was later United Methodist, closing in 1964. Access to it (if it survives) is down a narrow lane, as seen here on a 2009 Streetview.
Ham (near Creech St. Michael), the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on White Street. It pre-dates the 25" O.S. map of 1873-88, and seems to have gone out of use between 1938 and 1962. The chapel only occupied the end of the terrace nearest to the camera. Whether any fabric of the chapel survives is uncertain. The back of the building is a recent addition - compare with the 2011 Streetview. ST 2864 2516. P. L. Kessler / The History Files.
Hambridge, St. James the Less (1843). Two interior views - 1, 2. ST 393 210. Link. Grade II listed. Zion Chapel (Bible Christians). The date-stone records the date of 1855. ST 393 211. All Mike Berrell (2014).
Hardington, St. Mary, in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. Another view, and two of the interior - 1, 2. ST 7423 5256. All Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade I listed.
Hardington Mandeville, St. Mary the Virgin, of pre-Norman foundation. Interior view. ST 5124 1193. Both Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed. A cross and numerous tombs are listed separately - they can be found here. Old maps mark a Bible Christian Chapel on High Street at ST 5117 1162. It pre-dates a map of 1887, was later Methodist, and can be seen on a Streetview of 2011. The same maps also show, just a short distance south of the B.C.C. chapel, Chapel (Remains of). I've been unable to find any further information about it. It may have been demolished, as Streetview has been along the road, and I can't see any likely candidates - but it may be hidden by the shrubs - see this 2011 Streetview. ST 5118 1159.
Haselbury Plucknett, St. Michael and All Angels on Church Lane.  Two interior views - 1, 2. ST 471 110. All Mike Berrell (2014). Link. Grade II* listed.
Hatch Beauchamp, St. John the Baptist on Hatch Court. Two interior views - 1, 2. The list of rectors commences in 1311. ST 304 203. All Mike Berrell (2014). Link. Grade I listed. The former Reading Room. The History Files entry (click on number 6) says that it was built to provide a Methodist presence in the village, and the 1888 O.S. map labels it as Wesleyan. ST 3031 2063. P. L. Kessler / The History Files. There is also a Baptist Church on Village Road, at ST 3005 2013. Dating from 1783, it can be seen here on a 2009 Streetview. Its current status is unknown. Grade II listed.
Hawkridge, St. Gile
s. SS 8611 3065. Chris Kippin. Link1. Link2. Grade II* listed.
Heathfield, St. John the Baptis
t. ST 1599 2646. Andrew Ross. Two further views - 1, 2, both P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Link. Grade II listed. The churchyard has a cross and memorial listed separately from the church - these can be found here.
Hemington, The Blessed Virgin Mary. Another view. ST 7273 5302.
Both Chris Kippin (2019). Link1. Link2. Grade I listed. Several monuments in the churchyard are listed separately - they can be found here. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel, now in residential use. ST 7299 5338. Chris Kippin (2021). Grade II listed.
Henley, Christian Fellowship, on Henley Road, which was originally Zion Chapel (1841). ST 4387 3198. Mike Berrell (2016). Link.
Henstridge, St. Nicholas. ST 7229 1976. Link. Grade II* listed. The base of a cross in the churchyard is listed separately as grade II. The former Methodist Church is marked on older maps as Wesleyan. The National Archives references a document for the years 1899-1976. It's dated here to 1884-1981 - it was a re-build of an earlier chapel of 1845. ST 7249 1973. The former Independent/Congregational Church, dated here to 1834, re-built "by 1896", and closed in the 1990's. ST 7242 1976. All Chris Kippin (2021).
Henton, Christ Church on Wells Road. Its grade II listing dates it to 1847. ST 4934 4544. Chris Kippin (2021). Link, and a video tour of the interior.
Hewish, the former St. Anne (1864-1986), now in residential use. Another view. ST 3976 6426. Both Carole Sage (2016). Grade II listed.
High Ham, St. Andrew on Ham Hill. Two interior views - 1, 2, and the font, which a notice in the church dates to 1100-1135. The list of rectors commences in 1223. All Mike Berrell (2016). Link. Grade I listed.
High Littleton, Holy Trinity. Bob Feltham. Link1. Link2. Grade II listed. Methodist Church. Janet Gimber (2014). Link.
Highbridge.
Hillcommon, the former Bible Christian Chapel. The date-stone, (between the windows) reads Bible Christian Chapel Built A.D. 1846. The 25" O.S. maps of 1873-8 and 1903 label it as such, but a later map of 1930 has it as United Methodist. The entry on Peter Kessler's site (choose number 2) says it was also Wesleyan Methodist, perhaps from the late 19th century, and that it was closed "before 1974". The closure date may be incorrect, as a map of 1988-9 still labels it as Meth. Ch. ST 1482 2607. P. L. Kessler / The History Files.
Hillfarrance, Holy Cross. Two interior views (1, 2). ST 1674 2464. All Mike Berrell (2013). Link. Grade II* listed. The former Bible Christian Chapel. It pre-dates the 25" O.S. map of 1873-1888, and appears to have gone out of use between 1905 and 1930. Whether anything survives of the chapel is uncertain. ST 1662 2470. P. L. Kessler / The History Files.
Hinton Blewett, St. Margaret (previously dedicated as All Saints). Another view. Both Janet Gimber (2016). Link. Grade I listed.
Hinton St. George, St. George on Church Street. Two interiors - 1, 2.  The list of rectors commences in 1297. ST 418 127. All Mike Berrell (2014). Link. Grade I listed.
Holcombe, St. Andrew. ST 67174968. Although not itself listed, the War Memorial in the church yard is, as grade II. The old St. Andrew stands in an isolated position over half a mile north of the village, and is in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. It has a Norman porch doorway. Link. Grade II* listed. Several monuments in the churchyard are listed separately - they can be found here. St. Cuthbert (R.C.) on Common Lane. The earliest map I can find which shows it is of 1959, though the building looks to be older. ST 6688 5073. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Longleat Lane appears to be in residential use. It pre-dates a map of 1886. ST 6703 4976. All Chris Kippin (2021).
Holford, St. Mary the Virgin on Church Road. Two interior views - 1, 2. The list of rectors goes back to 1319. ST 157 411. All Mike Berrell (2014). Link. Grade II listed.
Holton, St. Nicholas. Another view. ST 6854 2685. Both Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed. A cross in the churchyard is listed separately as grade II.
Holywell Lake, the former Baptist Chapel of 1841. Map evidence suggests it was closed after 1972. ST 1068 2047. A map of 1962 marks this building as Church Room, just a short distance north of the Baptist Chapel. The building existed prior to this, and the 1965 map doesn't so mark it, so either it was very short-lived, or it was a mistake by the map-makers. ST 1069 2050. Both Huw Thomas / The History Files.
Hornblotton, St. Peter. Its grade I listing dates it to 1872-4, and mentions some features from the old church re-used here. ST 5915 3415. Several monument in the churchyard are listed here. Link. Its predecessor, Old St. Peter, which stands in the churchyard, survives as a scant ruin only. Both Chris Kippin (2020).
Horsington, St. John the Baptist. Another view. ST 7039 2372. Both Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed. A Baptist Church is marked on older maps at the western end of the village, at ST 6989 2373. A building (presumably a house) survives with the same footprint, though whether anything of the chapel survives is so far unknown. It can be seen on a Streetview of 2009 here. The National archives references a document pertaining to the chapel for the years 1814-1901, though it survived until later than this as it's marked as a church on the 1" O.S. map of
1958.
Horton, St. Peter (1900) on Hanning Road. Two interiors - 1, 2, and an attractive modern window. ST 324 149. Link. Broadway Hill Methodist Church on Pound Road. ST 321 149. Link. All Mike Berrell (2014).
Houndsmoor, the former Bible Christian Chapel, now in residential use. It pre-dates the O.S. map of 1888. ST 1262 2545. P. L. Kessler (2020) / The History Files.
Huish Episcopi, Blessed Virgin Mary (or St. Mary the Virgin). Another view. ST 4272 2662. Both Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade I listed.
Hutton, St. Mary the Virgin. ST 352 585. Andrew Ross.

Ilchester, St. Mary Major on Church Street. ST 5226 2261. Chris Kippin (2021). Grade II* listed. St. Mary Minor once stood on the east side of the road just south of the bridge over the Yeo. VCH gives some history, and dates it to no later than 1227-8, and "still standing in Leland's time" - the early 16th century, but "had evidently disappeared a century later". It site can be seen on a Streetview of 2016. ST 5222 2278. The same source also mentions St. Michael, St. Peter, St.  Olave, St. John the Baptist, Holy Trinity, and a bridge chapel dedicated to St. Leonard, probably demolished in 1797. Here's a view of the present bridge from the north, from Streetview in 2016. The precise location of St. John (pre-1207 to post-1486) is lost, but the VCH suggests it may have been close to the old gaol. That too is long gone, and it's supposed site (somewhere near the distant white van) can be seen in a Streetview of 2009. All knowledge of the location of St. Olave and St. Peter is lost, but St. Michael was above the south gate of the town walls, the site of which (roughly where the diversion sign is) can be seen here on a Streetview of 2016. Holy Trinity was the chapel of the Whitehall hospital. Older O.S. maps show the site of Whitehall Nunnery at ST 5218 2279. If accurate, it stood somewhere to the right of the access roadway seen in this 2016 Streetview, near the dark tree. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Church Street is now in commercial use. Its grade II listing dates it to 1850. ST 5222 2265. Chris Kippin (2021). Old maps show an Independent/Congregational Chapel (1799) off Almshouse Lane, at ST  5216 2260. What I assume to be the building was seen by the Streetview van in 2009. The cemetery on Limington Road has a Mortuary Chapel, at ST 5291 2245. Streetview saw it saw it in 2009.
Ilminster.
Ilton, St. Peter on Church Road. Two interior views - 1, 2. The list of vicars commences in 1643. ST 352 175. Grade II* listed. A former Chapel on Church Road, dated 1874 (date-stone). Circa ST 350 174. Grade II listed. All Mike Berrell (2014).
Isle Abbots, St. Mary the Virgin on Abbotts Way. Two interior views - 1, 2, and the squint. The list of incumbents goes back to 1262. ST 353 210. All Mike Berrell (2014). Link. Grade I listed.
Isle Brewers, All Saints (1861). ST 369 211. Mike Berrell (2014). Link. Grade II listed.

Keinton Mandeville, St. Mary Magdalene, on Church Street. ST 5477 3005. Link. Grade II listed. The Methodist Church (1843) on Queen Street shows on older maps as Wesleyan. ST 5490 3079. Grade II listed. The former Ebenezer Chapel on Castle Street, which is labelled as Bible Christian on old maps. ST 5500 32098. All Chris Kippin (2020).
Kelston, St. Nicholas. Janet Gimber (2014). Grade II listed.
Kenn, St. John the Evangelist. Another view, and the porch. ST 416 690. Link. Grade II* listed. The former Congregational Church, converted to residential use. ST 417 690. All Carole Sage (2016).
Kewstoke, St. Paul. ST 334 633. Andrew Ross. Another view - from an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection.
Keynsham.
Kilmersdon, St. Peter & St. Paul. Two additional views - 1, 2. ST 695 524. Grade I listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. Built before the first on-line map I have access to (1886), it's marked on all subsequent maps until 1972, and isn't marked on the next edition of 1977, suggesting it may have gone out of use by then. ST 665 523. All
Chris Kippin (2019).
Kilton. Maggie Exon.
Kilve, The Blessed Virgin Mary. The lychgate. Link. Grade II* listed - link. The remains of the Chantry Chapel (1329). Link. Comprehensive description and history here. Grade II* listed. All John Gimber (2012).
Kingsbury Episcopi, St. Martin on Church Street. Two interior views - 1, 2. The list of incumbents commences in 1213. ST 437 211. Link. Grade I listed. Methodist Church on Folly Road. ST 434 211. Link. The former Wesleyan Chapel on Church Street, now in residential use. Built 1810, re-built 1853, as the date-stone shows. ST 435 211. All Mike Berrell (2014).
Kingsdon, All Saints. Interior view. Both Carole Sarvis. Nearby stands Lyte's Cary Manor House, with its private chapel. Interior view and squint. Circa ST 533 265. All Janet Gimber (2014). Link1. Link2. Grade I listed.
Kingston St. Mary, St. Mary the Virgin on Church Lane. Two interiors - 1, 2, and the list of vicars, which goes back to 1312. ST 223 297. All Mike Berrell (2013). Link. Grade I listed. The former Independent Chapel on Greenway, now in residential use. It shows on the 1888-9 map (the earliest I have access to). On the 1961 O.S. map it's labelled as Greenway Chapel (Congl.), and on on the 1979 edition as PW (place of worship). P. L. Kessler / The History Files.
Kingston Seymour, All Saints (C). ST 40082 66853. Bob Feltham. Four additional views - 1, 2, 3, 4, the cockerel weather-vane, lych-gate, and a board with the story of a flood in 1606, all Carole Sage (2018). Link. Grade I listed. The former Ebenezer Chapel (Plymouth Brethren) stands nearby at ST 40320 66902. Dating from the 1860's, it shows on the 1973-4 OS map as Kingston Seymour Chapel. It was active up to at least 1997 but was subsequently converted to residential use. Carole Sage (2018).
Kingstone, St. John and All Saints on Moolham Lane. Two interiors - 1, 2. ST 379 137. All Mike Berrell (2014). Grade II* listed.
Kingweston, All Saints. Interior view. Here lies Ned Sherrin. All Roger Hopkins (2013). Grade II* listed.
Kittisford, St. Nicholas. Another view. ST 0782 2233. Both Huw Thomas / The History Files. Link. Grade II* listed.

Lamyatt, St. Mary and St. John. Interior view. ST 6612 3619. Both Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed. A couple of tombs in the churchyard are separately listed - they can be found here. A Wesleyan Methodist Chapel is shown on old maps at ST 6573 3606. It pre-dates a map of 1886. The building with the same footprint which occupies the site today, Chapel House, can be seen on a Streetview from 2009. Whether anything of the chapel survives is not so far known.
Langford Budville, St. Peter. Another view. ST 1116 2293. Link. Grade I listed. A cross and tombs are listed separately - they can be found here. The former Independent Chapel is now in residential use. It seems to have had a relatively short active life, in the mid-20th century. Circa ST 109 230. All P. L. Kessler / The History Files
Langridge, St. Mary Magdalene, with which Janet was much impressed. Three interior views - 1, 2, 3.  All Janet Gimber (2018). Link. Grade I listed.
Langport, All Saints, on The Hill, is now in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. Another view. ST 4223 2674. Link. Grade I listed. The Hanging Chapel, also on The Hill, is a former chantry chapel above a gateway. Its grade I listing says that it had more recently been the Town Hall, a school, arms store and Sunday school, but at the time of its writing, it was being used by the Masons. ST 4214 2669. All Chris Kippin (2020). The U.R.C. on Bow Street can barely be seen because of trees on this 2016 Streetview. Older maps show it as Congregational. This source dates this Independent Chapel to 1828-9. ST 4184 2678. The same source advises of a Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses dating from 1970 in Beard's Yard, off Bow Street. The entrance can be seen on a 2009 Streetview. It also says that they had previously met in The Reading Room, but I haven't been able to establish where this is or was. And again the same source mentions a Particular Baptist Chapel of 1851 on the "south side of the Hill"; more accurately, old maps show it on the south side of what was Whatley Lane (Bush Place now). The appearance of the building on the site today, as seen by Streetview in 2009 suggests that something of the building survives, and the source says it was still standing and in use as a private parking garage by 1972. The 25" O.S. map of 1887 shows a Wesleyan Mission Room on the south Whatley Lane at ST 4203 2669. Satellite views suggest it hasn't survived, and the Streetview van hasn't been past the site, but the entrance to the lane can be seen here, in 2009. Langport Cemetery on Newtown Road once had a Mortuary Chapel. It stood at ST 4228 2736, but has been demolished. In this 2009 Streetview it would have stood just slightly right of, and quite close, to the entrance. Link.
Leigh on Mendip, St. Giles. ST 6925 4729. Kevin Gordon. Two additional views - 1, 2, both Christopher Skottowe (1965). Another view, Chris Kippin (2021), who highlights the similarity of the tower to that of St. Andrew at Mells. Link. Grade I listed. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel on Leigh Street, now in residential use. Another view. Its My Primitive Methodists entry dates it to 1835. ST 6896 4725. Both Chris Kippin (2021). Another former Chapel was Wesleyan Methodist. Also on Leigh Road, it stands at ST 6907 4723, and was seen by Streetview in 2009. It pre-dates a map of 1886.
Leigh Woods, St. Mary the Virgin, on Church Road. An unusual church, with dormer windows, and an odd tower. ST 55840 72887. Andrew Ross. Two additional views - 1, 2, and the churchyard gate, all Carole Sage (2016). Another view, and the cockerel weather-vane, both Carole Sage (2018). Link.
Leighland, St. Giles. Another view, and the interior. ST 0321 3654.
All Chris Kippin (2020). Link. This source says it was built on the site of a medieval predecessor.
Lilstock. Maggie explains that this church was de-consecrated in the late 19th century, and only the chancel has been restored. Maggie Exon.
Limington, Blessed Virgin Mary. ST 5416 2237. Chris Kippin (2021). Link1. Link2. Grade I listed. A Primitive Methodist Chapel is marked on old maps on Church Street at ST 5405 2241. It stood on the patch of grass at the roadside, as seen here on a Streetview of 2009.
Litton, St. Mary the Virgin. Another view. ST 5938 5470. Both Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade I listed.
Locking, St. Augustine. ST 363 596. Link. RAF Locking Church (now closed along with the base). ST 369 599. Link. Both Andrew Ross.
Long Ashton.
Long Load, the former Christ Church. Its grade II listing dates it to 1854-6, replacing a medieval predecessor. Another view. ST 4649 2318. Both Chris Kippin (2021). Older maps mark a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel a little way north of the church, at ST 4655 2326. It pre-dates a map of 1887, and seems to have gone out of use in the 1960's or 1970's. It may survive, heavily altered, or be a new building in church-style built on the site. It can be seen in a Streetview of 2009 here.
Long Sutton, Holy Trinity. Interior view. Both Carole Sarvis. Link (follow the "Friends of LS Church").
Lottisham, Blessed Virgin Mary (or St. Mary) on Lottisham Road, and its interior. ST 5702 3507. Chris Kippin (2020). Link.
Lovington, St. Thomas Becket (or St. Thomas of Canterbury). Interior view. ST 5967 3083. Grade II* listed. The former Providence Chapel (Bible Christian, later Wesleyan) stands a little way north of the village. This source dates the congregation to 1886, when it took over a slightly older chapel, but it was re-built in 1896-7. ST 5938 3146. All Chris Kippin (2020).
Low Ham, The-Church-in-the-Field (no dedication, K), on New Way. Two interiors - 1, 2. ST 4324 2910. All Mike Berrell (2016). Grade I listed.
Lower Failand - see Failand, above.
Lower Langford, St. Mary (1900). Link. Langford Evangelical Church was built as New Independent Chapel in 1846, with help from the Bristol Itinerant Society. It joined with the Congregational Union for some time, but became independent again in 1968. Link. Both Carole Sage (2016).
Loxton, St. Andrew. From an old postcard in Judy Flynn's Collection. Grade II* listed - link.
Luccombe, St. Mary the Virgin on Stoney Street, which dates from circa 1300. Interior view. SS 910 445. Both Richard Roberts (2019). Grade I listed.
Lufton, St. Peter and St. Paul. TF 5150 1686.
Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II listed.
Lullington, All Saints. Another view. ST 7832 5194. Both
Chris Kippin (2021). Grade I listed. A tomb and the lych-gate are listed separately here.
Luxborough, The Blessed Virgin Mary. Another view, and the interior.
SS 9738 3802. All Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade II listed.
Lydeard St. Lawrence, St. Lawrence. Two interior views - 1, 2. The list of rectors commences in 1270. ST 1281 3213. All Mike Berrell (2016). Another view, P. L. Kessler (2020) / The History Files. Link. Grade I listed. The former Congregational Chapel is now in residential use. It pre-dates a map of 1888, where it's shown as Independent Chapel. ST 1280 3236. P. L. Kessler (2020) / The History Files. Scarr Congregational Chapel stands at Scarr Bridge, just over 1 miles S.W. of the church, as the crow flies, at ST 1064 3058. P. L. Kessler (2020) / The History Files. The church website also has a photo, and there's also an old photo on their Contact page.
Lympsham, St. Christopher. ST 335 541. Andrew Ross.
Lynch - see West Lynch, below.

Maperton, St. Peter and St. Paul. ST 6721 2614. Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II listed. Tombs which are listed separately can be found here.
Mark, Church of Holy Cross (previously St. Mark) on Church Street. Mainly of C13, with a mid-C19 restoration. ST 380 478. Jeremy Roberts (2016). Another view, Christopher Skottowe (1965). Link. Grade I listed. The former General Baptist Chapel (pre-1886) on Church Street, now in residential use. ST 378 479. Jeremy Roberts (2016).
Mark Causeway, the former Methodist Chapel, originally the Sunday School for an adjacent Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. Another view. An examination of old maps show that the chapel was on a different alignment, gable-end to the road, to the right of the former school. The building now on the site can be seen here in a 2011 Streetview. A 1955 photo of the old chapel is available here, and a little history here, wherein it says that the chapel had a smaller predecessor on the same site, of circa 1796, replaced by a larger building in 1869, and that this was closed in 1973 as unsafe. The school then became the chapel, and that too was closed in 1998. ST 3597 4755. Both Chris Kippin (2021).
Marksbury, St. Peter. Janet Gimber (2014). Link. Grade II* listed. The former Methodist Church, now in use as a holiday let. Originally Wesleyan, it (or possibly a predecessor) pre-dates a gazetteer of 1868. Despite the retention of the church sign, it's definitely closed. Another view. ST 6665 6256. Both Carole Sage (2016).
Marston Bigot, St. Leonard. Another view. Both Dennis Harper (2010). Grade I listed - this says it dates from 1789.
Marston Magna, Blessed Virgin Mary. ST 5934 2234. Link. Grade I listed. Other listed features in the churchyard can be seen here. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel of 1882. ST 5936 2248. Both Chris Kippin (2021). The VCH mentions a Quaker Meeting House in the 17th century, and a Primitive Methodist Chapel in 1855, but I haven't been able to locate either of them.
Martock, All Saints. Another view. ST 4612 1915. Link. Grade I listed. Listed churchyard monuments etc. can be found here. The Methodist Church on North Street was built as Wesleyan. It pre-dates a map of 1887, and its grade II listing dates it to 1868, re-built in 1886. ST 4623 1970. U.R.C. at Bower Hinton. Older maps label it as Independent, and it pre-dates a map of 1887. ST 4574 1823. Link. All Chris Kippin (2021). Martock Christian Fellowship stands on Church Street at circa ST 4621 1918, and can be seen in a Streetview from 2016. Link. There is a grade II listing for "Walls Enclosing Burial Ground Of Former Congregational Chapel". A little way west of the church on Pound Lane, it's dated to 1701 with demolition in 1913. Large scale maps as far back as 1887 show the building but don't label it, but this source says it was still in use until 1908, latterly by a Baptist Congregation. It hasn't been visited by Streetview, but there is a photo of the access gates here.
ST 4594 1917.


Meare, Blessed Virgin Mary (or St. Mary) on St. Mary's Road. A door has some fine ironwork, but how old is it? According to the grade I listing, it was dedicated in 1323. ST 4554 4171. Link. A monument in the churchyard has a separate grade II listing. Community Church on Church Path was originally Congregational. This source dates it to 1826. ST 4530 4166. Link. All Chris Kippin (2020).
Meare Green, St. Peter's Mission Church, P. L. Kessler / The History Files, which provides dates of 1896 for opening, and 1992 for closure. ST 2971 2223.
Mells, St. Andrew. The grave with the poppies is that of Siegfried Sassoon. ST 7279 4928. Kevin Gordon. The South porch, Christopher Skottowe (1964). The tower, and an interior view, both Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade I listed. This source mentions Wesleyan and Primitive Methodist Chapels in the parish. The Wesleyan may be the one at Upper Vobster (q.v.). I've been unable to locate the Primitive Methodist.
Merriott, All Saints on Church Street. ST 443 129. Two interiors - 1, 2. All Mike Berrell (2014). Link. Grade II* listed.  
Middle Chinnock, St. Margaret on Poop Hill. Two interior views - 1, 2. The list of rectors begins in 1337. ST 472 131. All Mike Berrell (2014). Link. Grade II* listed.
Middlezoy, Holy Cross. Two interior views - 1, 2. ST 375 331. Link. Grade I listed. The former Methodist Chapel (1847) on Old Chapel Road. ST 376 329. The Levels Methodist Church on Church Road, built as Wesleyan in 1898. ST 375 328. All Mike Berrell (2015).
Midsomer Norton, St. John the Baptist. Another view. Link. Grade II* listed. Holy Ghost (R.C.), just off the High Street, was originally a tithe barn dating from the 15th century, and converted by G. G. Scott. It's apparently now only used for "occasional" services. Link. Grade II* listed. Methodist Church on High Street. Link. All Janet Gimber (2016).
Milborne Port, St. John the Evangelist, of pre-Norman foundation. Another view, doorway with tympanum, the interior, rood screen and tower arch, which appears to be Norman. ST 6764 1854. Link. Grade I listed. The former Independent/Congregational Chapel on Chapel Lane pre-dates a map of 1873-88. It's dated here to pre-1830, closing in 1991. Another view. ST 6775 1851. The former Methodist Church on Cold Harbour. It also pre-dates a map of 1873-88, where it's labelled as Wesleyan, and dated here to 1866. The National  Archives reference documents from 1820, implying an earlier chapel. It was closed in 1988 and converted into flats (source). Grade II listed. ReBorne Community Church (Evangelical) on North Street. In 2011 (Streetview) it was Steps Community Church. ST 6769 1879. Link. All Chris Kippin (2021). The cemetery on Wheathill Lane has a small Mortuary Chapel. ST 6803 1908. Chris Kippin (2021). The VCH says that there was a Roman Catholic congregation in the town, which used a room in the Town Hall for services until 1973 - it can be seen here in a Streetview of 2018.
Milborne Wick, Mission Church. ST 6689 2072. Chris Kippin (2021). Link.
Milton Clevedon, St. James. Christopher Skottowe (1964). Link. Grade II* listed.
Milverton, St. Michael and All Angels on St. Michael's Hill. Two Interior views - 1, 2. ST 1217 2587. All Mike Berrell (2014). Two additional views - 1, 2, both P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Link. Grade I listed. The Methodist Church on Silver Street was previously Wesleyan - the entry on Peter Kessler's website (choose number 6) says that it was originally Bible Christian. ST 1242 2583. Mike Berrell (2014). Link. The former Independent (Congregational) Chapel of 1821, on Fore Street, can be seen in this 2009 Streetview. ST 1231 2579. Grade II listed. The former Friends' Meeting House on Mill Lane and North Lane was bought in 1753, and used by the Friends until 1855. It's now been split into two houses. They had a previous meeting from 1684 on Quakinghouse Lane, though the building no longer survives. The site can be seen here. ST 1066 2618. Both P. L. Kessler / The History Files.
Minehead.
Monksilver, All Saints. Another view and the interior. ST 072 374. Link. Grade I listed. The disused Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. ST 075 374.
All Chris Kippin (2019).
Monkton Heathfield, Greenway Christian Fellowship. Sam Burton. Another view, P. L. Kessler / The History FilesLink.
Montacute, St. Catherine on Middle Street. ST 497 170. Bill McKenzie. Two interiors - 1, 2, and the list of vicars, all Mike Berrell (2014). Grade II* listed. Baptist Church (1879) on South Street. ST 499 169. Link. Mike Berrell (2014). Grade II listed.
Moorlinch, Blessed Virgin Mary (or St. Mary) on Moor Road. ST 3980 3688. Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade I listed. A cross and tombs are listed separately, here. A former Independent/Congregational Chapel is shown on old maps (it pre-dates a map of 1886) on Moor Road, at ST 4008 3663. Seen here on a 2011 Streetview, I think the date-stone reads 1840, re-built 1894.
Muchelney, St. Peter and St. Paul. ST 4290 2491. Roy Graham. Link. Grade I listed. There are a good number of listed monuments in the churchyard - these can be found here. And numerous photos of the church can be seen here. The site of the former Saxon, and later medieval Benedictine Abbey stands nearby. Two of the buildings survive substantially intact - the Abbot's House and Reredorter. These are listed grade I and grade II* respectively. Link.
Mudford, St. Mary the Virgin. ST 573 199. Julie Baker. Link.

Nailsea.
Nempnett Thrubwell, The Blessed Virgin Mary. Largely 15th century (with a 19th century chancel and vestry), it stands on the site of a Norman church. ST 53279 60400. Janet Gimber (2016). Two additional views - 1, 2, both Carole Sage (2017). Link. Grade II* listed. The former Baptist Church (1842). ST 52297 60362. Janet Gimber (2016).
Nether Stowey, St. Mary the Virgin on St. Mary's Street. Two interior views - 1, 2. ST 197 3971. Both Mike Berrell (2014). Link.
Nettlecombe, The Blessed Virgin Mary. ST 056 377. Interior view. Both
Chris Kippin (2019). Link. Grade I listed.
Newton St. Loe, Holy Trinity. A late-13th century church, the tower was added in the 15th; the North aisle was added in 1857 (plaque). Two additional views - 1, 2. The weather-vane is a handsome cockerel. The church has a good collection of gargoyles and head-stops - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. Interior view, the chancel, the pulpit, the font, the handsome Langton Memorial (1701), and two of the windows - 1, 2. The list of rectors commences in 1297. ST 70112 64873. All Carole Sage (2017). Link. Grade II* listed.
North Barrow, St. Nicholas. Another view. ST 6079 2938. Both Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade II listed.
North Cadbury, St. Michael the Archangel. ST 6354 2705. Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade I listed. A number of churchyard monuments are listed separately - they can be found here. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, now a house (Chapel House). It's dated here to 1848. ST 6354 2758. Chris Kippin (2021).
North Cheriton, St. John the Baptist. ST 6873 2583. Link. Grade II* listed. A churchyard cross and several tombs are listed separately - they can be found here. The cemetery on Blackacre Hill has a Mortuary Chapel. ST 6932 2555. Grade II listed. Both Chris Kippin (2021).
North Curry, St. Peter and St. Paul on Church Road. Another view. ST 3194 2557. Both from old postcards in Reg Dosell's Collection. Another view, and two interior views (1, 2), all Mike Berrell (2013), and another two - 1, 2, both P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Link1. Link2. Link3. Grade I listed. Ebenezer Independent Baptist Church (1825) at Windmill Hill. ST 3148 2485. Mike Berrell (2013). Link. Grade II listed. The Methodist Church at Windmill Hill was built as Wesleyan in 1833. ST 3184 2511. Mike Berrell (2013). Link.
North Newton, St. Peter on Church Road. Two interior views - 1, 2. Prior to 1880 this was a chapel, but promoted to be a parish church in that year, which is why the list of vicars commences then. ST 301 311. Link. Grade II* listed. A former chapel on Church Road, now in residential use. There is a date-stone which says "Free Church 1865". ST 300 311. All Mike Berrell (2015).
North Petherton, St. Mary. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. A modern view, two interiors - 1, 2, and the pulpit. A small sign on the pulpit says that tradition has it that it dates from 1415 - before the present church was built. It also says that in 1609, a "fanatical minister" was jailed for attempting to preach in the church naked! The list of vicars commences in 1309. All Mike Berrell (2015). Link. Grade I listed. The former Congregational Church (1833) on Fore Street. ST 293 332. Mike Berrell (2015).
North Wootton, St. Peter, on High Street. ST 5639 4181. Chris Kippin (2020). Grade II* listed. A monument in the churchyard is also listed as grade II. A former Baptist Chapel survives on Stocks Lane at ST 5632 4169, and is clearly now in residential use. This source says it was originally Bible Christian (as Providence Chapel, of 1832) and dates its adoption by the Baptists "by 1848". Chris Kippin (2021). Another view, from Streetview in 2011.
Northover, St. Andrew (K), now in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. ST 5235 2314.
Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed.
Norton Down, Methodist Church, on Wells Road (the junction of the A367 Fosse Way and the B3139). Not a typical-looking Methodist Church, but it was apparently built as a Methodist Church. Janet Gimber (2016).
Norton Fitzwarren, All Saints. ST 19675 25965. Mike Berrell (2013). Link. Grade II* listed. U.R.C. on  the B322
7. ST 19377 25885. P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Grade II listed.
Norton Hill, the Methodist Church. ST 665 523.
Chris Kippin (2019).
Norton St. Philip, dedicated to SS Philip & James. ST 775 555. Dave Westrap. Link1. Link2.
Norton-Sub-Hamdon, St. Mary the Virgin on Church Lane. Two interiors - 1, 2. The list of incumbents begins in 1241. The painted north door with heraldic devices is an attractive feature. ST 4705 1599. All Mike Berrell (2014). Link. Grade I listed.
Nunney, All Saints. The 25" O.S. map of 1887 labels it as St. Peter. Another view. ST 7376 4570. Both Kevin Gordon. Link. Grade I listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Church stands close to the castle, and appears to be in residential use. ST 7365 4568. Kevin Gordon. Another view, Chris Kippin (2021). The village also had a Primitive Methodist Chapel, off Horn Street at ST 7355 4562. It's dated here to "before 1800". What used to be the access to it can be seen here, on a Streetview of 2009, and the chapel, which was long and thin and parallel to the road, will have stood behind the garden sheds. Both Methodist chapels are labelled on a map of 1960-1, the P.M. as Meth. Ch., and the Wesleyan as Ch., but on the next map (of 1972-5), the P.M. had been demolished.
Nynehead, All Saints. ST 1379 2271. Mike Berrell (2013). Another view, P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Link. Grade I listed.

Oake, St. Bartholomew. Two interior views - 1, 2. The list of rectors goes back to 1317. ST 1525 2518. All Mike Berrell (2013). Link. Grade II* listed.
Oakhill, All Saints (1860-3). ST 6359 4728
. Link. Grade II listed. The Methodist Church on Bath Road was built as Wesleyan in 1825. ST 6356 4739. Link. Grade II listed. The former U.R.C. on High Street is marked on older maps as Independent/Congregational, and dated in its grade II listing to 1873. ST 6304 4726. All Chris Kippin (2021).
Oare, St. Mary, substantially of the 15th century. SS 802 473. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. Interior view, from an old postcard in Paul E. Barnett's Collection. Modern exterior and interior views, both Richard Roberts (2019). Link. Grade II* listed.
Old Cleeve, St. Andrew. Interior view. ST 040 419. Both Dave Westrap. Link1. Link2.
Orchard Portman, St. Michael. Interior view (taken through a window). ST 2437 2166. Both Mike Berrell (2013). Another view, P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Link. Grade II* listed.
Othery, St. Michael on North Lane. Two interiors - 1, 2. ST 383 316.  Link. Grade I listed. The former Congregational Chapel on Fore Street. The date-stone for 1836. ST 384 318. All Mike Berrell (2015).
Otterhampton, All Saints on Church Lane, now in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. Two interior views - 1, 2. ST 24633 43199. All Mike Berrell (2016). Link. Grade II* listed.

Palmer's Elm, the former Methodist Church (built as Providence Wesleyan Chapel in 1838, closed 1978), now in residential use. ST 3954 6383. Carole Sage (2016). Grade II listed.
Paulton, Holy Trinity. Interior view. Link. Grade II* listed. The Baptist Church on Winterfield Road was built as Particular Baptist in 1721, and re-built in 1827 - date-stone. Link. Grade II listed. Methodist Church, at the junction of High Street and Park Road. It was built as Wesleyan in 1826. Another view. Link. Grade II listing, which dates it to 1894. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel on Park Road, now in residential use. The small sign reads "Newtown Chapel", so perhaps this was what it was known as. Another view. The former Catholic Church, Our Lady of Paulton, off Winterfield Road. It appears on maps of 1971 and 1981. Older maps show a building with the same footprint (though not marked as a church), and it is obviously residential now, so was the church a temporary arrangement? All Janet Gimber (2016).
Pawlett, St. John the Baptist. ST 30085 42648.
Chris Kippin (2019). Link. Grade I listed.
Peasedown St. John, St. John the Baptist on Church Lane. Another view. Link. Grade II listed. The former Baptist Church on Eckweek Road, now a day nursery. Methodist Church on Bath Road, originally Primitive Methodist. Link. St. Joseph (R.C.) on Ashgrove. Link. Christadelphian Hall on Huddox Hill. Link. All Janet Gimber (2016).
Pecking Mill, the site of the demolished Southwood Wayside Church (CoE), as seen by the Streetview van in 2021. The few maps available to me can only de-limit its building date to between 1931 and 1962. It survived at least into the 1970's. ST 6398 3727.
Pedwell, the former Methodist Chapel (originally Wesleyan), on Pedwell Hill. This source dates it to 1828, and says it was still open in 1997, but is now in residential use. ST 4243 3661. Chris Kippin (2020).
Penselwood (or Pen Selwood), St Michael and All Angels. ST 7562 3143. Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed.
Pendomer, St. Roch. The interior. ST 5213 1040. Both Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed.
Pensford, St. Thomas-a-Becket. Most unusual in that it stands on an island in a river. The church mostly dates from a re-build of 1869, but the tower is C14. The nave has been converted into a private residence, and the tower is now in the care of the Church Conservation Trust, and occasional services are held here. Another view, the pulpit and the font. ST 61828 63695. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Pensford Hill, now residential. ST 61761 63942. Gospel Hall. ST 62136 63491. It was preceded by an earlier Gospel Hall on Staunton Hall, now demolished. All Carole Sage (2016).
Pightley, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel and Sunday School, now in residential use. Both Mike Berrell (2016).
Pill, Christ Church. Peter Morgan (2009). Link. The Methodist Church replaced an earlier Wesleyan chapel on the same site. ST 52592 75815. Peter Morgan (2009). Link. Baptist Church. ST 52467 76000. Peter Morgan (2009). This had closed by the time this photo was taken, Carole Sage (2016). Another view, Carole Sage (2018). Link. Salvation Army Church. ST 5256 7573. Carole Sage (2016). The site of the demolished Independent Chapel (later Congregational) on Chapel Row, now a parking area. Established in 1747, it's not known at present if this was always the site of the church, but it is marked on maps here from the late 19th century. The congregation joined with the Baptist Church in 1905, to form Pill Union Church, but whether it continued in use after this, and when it was demolished, are not at present known. ST 52482 75966. Carole Sage (2018). A marker commemorates the spot from where John Wesley despatched Methodist Missionary Preachers to America. The attached plaque. The 2 people it mentions are Francis Asbury and Thomas Coke. Both Carole Sage (2018).
Pilton, St. John the Baptist. Another view, and the Norman doorway. Link. The former United Methodist Church (built as Ebenezer Chapel, Bible Christian, 1839), now used as holiday letting. All Josie Saunders.
Pitcombe, St. Leonard. Another view. ST 6727 3272. Link. Grade II listed. The former Mission Room on Mill Lane, now known as "Old Mission Hall". This source mentions a Wesleyan Chapel on Mill Lane - was it the Mission Room? If it is then it's dated to 1892. ST 6734 3307.
Pitminster, St. Mary and St. Andrew. Two interiors - 1, 2 and a modern window. The list of vicars commences in 1297. All Mike Berrell (2014). Link. Grade I listed.
Pitney, St. John the Baptist on Gore Lane. Two interiors - 1, 2, and the squint. ST 4446 2850. All Mike Berrell (2016). Link. Grade II* listed.
Podimore, St. Peter. ST 5456 2492. Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade I listed. The VCH mentions a Quaker Meeting House, converted to residential use by 1862. but I haven't been able to locate it precisely.
Porlock, St. Dubricius. SS 8864 4667. From an old postcard in Steve Bulman's Collection. Another old postcard view, this one from Reg Dosell's Collection. A modern view, Martin Richter (2018). Link. The Wikipedia entry includes a couple of interior photos. Grade I listed. The former (and unrecognisable) Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (1837), now a restaurant. SS 8865 4675. Martin Richter (2018). A successor Wesleyan chapel took over in 1928, and this is the Methodist Church still active today. SS 8850 4675. Martin Richter (2018). Some interior photos are available here. Link.
Porlock Weir, St. Nicholas a tin tabernacle of circa 1880. Two additional views - 1, 2. An interior photo is available here. SS 8655 4770. All Martin Richter (2018). Link.
Portbury, St. Mary the Virgin. ST 50296 75435. Peter Morgan (2009). Two additional views - 1, 2, both Carole Sage (2016). Link. Grade I listed. Part of the Augustinian Priory survives as a private residence. Another view. ST 49833 75231. Both Carole Sage (2016). Grade II listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Station Road, now in residential use. Based on map evidence, it was built between the 1880's and 1903, and the last map showing it as a place of worship is the 1970 edition. ST 4975 7549. Carole Sage (2016).
Portishead.
Prestleigh, the former Church of England Mission Church. ST 6344 4044. Chris Kippin (2021). A Wesleyan Methodist Chapel is shown on old maps at ST 6345 4033. It pre-dates a map of 1886 and survived at least into the 1930's. On the site today is Chapel Cottage, seen here in a 2021 Streetview. How much (if any) of the chapel survives is not known to me.
Priddy, St. Lawrence. Christopher Skottowe (1964). Link. Grade I listed.
Priorswood, Taunton - see Taunton.
Publow, All Saints. Two further views - 1, 2, two interiors - 1, 2, the pulpit and font. The church has some good glass; here are two examples - 1, 2, the latter being the Millennium window. Site visitors of a certain vintage may remember Acker Bilk, who is buried here. ST 62346 64147. All Carole Sage (2016). Some examples of the gargoyles which adorn this church - 1, 2, 3, 4. All Carole Sage (2017). Link. Grade I listed.
Puckington, St. Andrew. Another view. ST 377 183. Both Mike Berrell (2014). Grade II* listed.
Puriton, St. Michael and All Angels. ST 3204 4172. Link. Grade I listed. A monument in the churchyard is listed separately as grade II. The former Congregational Chapel on Woolavington Road. ST 3217 4150. Both Chris Kippin (2020).
Puxton, St. Saviour. The leaning tower of Puxton. The lean is believed to date from the original building. ST 4066 6326. Both Andrew Ross. Two further views - 1, 2, the porch, interiors - 1, 2, 3, 4, and the pulpit, all Carole Sage (2016). Originally a chapel of ease to St. Andrew's in Banwell, it became a parish church in C18, and was made redundant in 2002. It is now cared for by the Churches Conservation Trust, and services are still held here occasionally. Grade I listed.
Pylle, St Thomas Becket. ST 6071 3833. Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed.

Queen Camel, St. Bartholomew. The interior, rood screen, and the fine font. ST 5974 2495. All Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade I listed.
Queen Charlton, St. Margaret - a late 12th century church. Two additional views - 1, 2, and a gargoyle. ST 63429 67010. All Carole Sage (2017). Jan Bradley had sent me some scans of old stereoviews. This one was identified by Phil Draper. Phil was able to date one of the others as being of pre-1873 vintage, so this one is probably of a similar date. Grade II* listed.

Raddington, St. Michael. In the tower, at just above porch-door height, is a stone with "1675" carved on it. ST 020 261. Andrew Ross. Link. The church was used as one of the locations for filming "The Land Girls" - link.
Radstock.
Redhill, Christ Church (1843-4) on Church Road was built as a chapel-of-ease from All Saints at Wrington. Two additional views - 1, 2, some charming gargoyles - 1, 2, 3, a notice board in the porch, interior view, chancel, the pulpit and the font. ST 49665 63224. All Carole Sage (2017 and 2018). Link. Grade II listed.
Redlynch, St. Peter. Another view. ST 6700 3332. Both Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed.
Regil (or until recently, Ridgehill), St. James, a mission from St. Mary and St. Peter at Winford. It pre-dates an 1882 map. Another view. ST 53954 62605. Link. The former Baptist Chapel, built by the Bristol Baptist Itinerant Society in 1845, has been closed for many years. Having spent a long time as a local artists studio, it has recently been converted to residential use. ST 53862 62378. All Carole Sage (2017).
Rickford, the former Baptist Chapel. Built in 1888, earlier maps show an older chapel on roughly the same spot. For many years it doubled up as the village hall as well. It closed as a chapel in the 1960's, whereupon it became a Masonic Lodge, which it still is. ST 48728 59272. Carole Sage (2017). More photos are available here.
Rimpton, Blessed Virgin Mary. ST 6104 2185. Link. Grade I listed. A tomb is listed separately as grade II. The former Methodist Chapel on High Street was built as Wesleyan in 1891 (source), closing in 1950. ST 6087 2167. Both Chris Kippin (2021).
Roadwater, St. Luke. ST 031 382.
Chris Kippin (2019). Link. The former Anglican Mission Room, which the Wikipedia entry dates to the 1880's. It certainly pre-dates the earliest available map I can find on-line, the 1888-9 edition. ST 0332 3858. Chris Kippin (2020).
Rockwell Green, All Saints. Another view. ST 1264 1999. Link. Christian Fellowship. The 25" O.S. map of 1873-1888 labels this as Union Chapel (Par. Bapt.), and on the 6" map of 1905, just as Baptist Chapel. Peter Kessler gives a closure date 1983, with the Fellowship starting up in 1996. ST 1260 2013. All
P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Their website (here) was flagged as unsafe by my anti-virus software so I didn't proceed any further. The local cemetery has or had two mortuary chapels, Anglican (ST 1302 2012) and Non-Conformist (ST 1303 2010). They pre-date the 25" O.S. map of 1873-1888. Both are shown on a map of 1981-4, but, unless they are hidden by the lie of the land, had been demolished before the Streetview van went past in 2009, as can be seen here.
Rodden, All Saints. ST 7987 4772. Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed. The (former?) Sunday School in the church yard is also listed, as grade II. Chris Kippin (2021).
Rode, St. Lawrence. It stands rather less than a mile S.E. of the village. ST 8080 5338. The postcard, from Brian Curtis's collection, was previously in the Unknown section. It was sent to an address in Bath, and has a part postmark for "OAD". An old spelling for Rode is Road. Phil Draper has suggested that the old spelling may have fallen out of favour in reaction to an infamous murder which was committed there. Greg Mishevski also identified the church. Two modern views - 1, 2, both Chris Kippin (2021). Grade I listed. The former Christ Church on Rode Hill is impossible to photograph well (at least, in the summer) because of rampant vegetation. Another view. ST 8063 5415. Both Chris Kippin (2021). Grade II* listed, wherein it's dated to 1824. The former Baptist Church on High Street has a date-stone for 1786. A map of 1886 labels it as Bapt. Chapel (Par.), so Particular Baptist. Another view. ST 8048 5393. All Chris Kippin (2021). The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel off High Street has a date-stone for 1809. ST 8038 5378. Chris Kippin (2021). Old maps show a Congregational Chapel off High Street at ST 8033 5376. Pre-dating a map of 1887, satellite views suggest that a building with the same footprint still survives, but I haven't been able to find a photo, and Streetview doesn't provide a view.
Rodhuish, St. Bartholomew. Interior view. ST 0122 3960. Both
Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade II* listed.
Rodney Stoke, St. Leonard. June Norris. Link.
Rooks Bridge (or Rooksbridge), the former Baptist Chapel. Dating from 1852, it was "Re-erected" (according to the date-stone) in 1897, though some on-line references suggest this was an enlargement and alteration rather than a complete re-build. It seems to have been closed in the 1980's, and has since been converted to residential use. ST 37063 52441. Carole Sage (2018).
Rowbarton, Taunton - see Taunton.
Rowberrow, St. Michael and All Angels dates from the late C14. Carole Sage (2016). Link. Grade II* listed.
Rudge, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, which has a date-stone for 1839. ST 8285 5198. Grade II listed. The former Baptist Chapel. Its grade II listing dates it to 1839. Both Chris Kippin (2021).
Ruishton, St. George on Church Lane. Two interiors - 1, 2. ST 264 251. All Mike Berrell (2013). Link. Grade I listed.
Rumwell, the former Independent Chapel. This shows as such on the 1873-1888 25" O.S. map, but on the 1892-1914 the label has changed to Reading Room. P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Peter Kessler's text here (click on number 3) says that the chapel was the 1/3 portionof the row nearest to the camera, though the maps seem to be labelling the central portion, both for the chapel and the reading room.
Runnington, St. Peter and St. Paul. Another view. ST 1189 2188. Both P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Link. Grade II* listed.

Saltford, St. Mary the Virgin. Damaged in the civil war, this C12 church has some C17 re-building. Another view, two interiors - 1, 2, the altar, a window, the pulpit, an unusual memorial stone, and the early font, with civil-war defaced heads, and which was at one point serving as a cattle trough. An embroidered coat of arms is also unusual, and dates from just after Waterloo. ST 68564 67501. Link, which has a useful history section - note particularly the story of the monument to a woman's feet. Grade II listed. The former Methodist Chapel (1865) at The Shallows. In use as the village Working Men's Club by 1930, it was later converted to residential use. ST 68680 67047. Saltford Community Church (Independent Evangelical) on Norman Road was previously called Grace Bible Church. A "Working Men's Hall" for gospel meetings was built here in the 1860's, and was later known as Saltford Mission Hall. It seems to have been modified or replaced in the 1920's, and replaced by the present church relatively recently. A photo of the 1860's building is available here. ST 68109 67409. All Carole Sage (2017).
Sampford Arundel, Holy Cross. Two interiors - 1, 2. The list of vicars commences in 1324. ST 1076 1889. All Mike Berrell (2014). Another view, Huw Thomas / The History Files. Link. Grade II listed.
Sampford Brett, St. George. Another view, and an interior view. ST 089 402. All Dave Westrap. Link1. Link2. Link3. Link4.
Sampford Moor, the Baptist Church, now in residential use. This link downloads a pdf from an old directory which dates it to 1871, and map evidence suggest it was closed in the 1960's. ST 1106 1781. Huw Thomas / The History Files.
Sandford, All Saints, on Hill Road. ST 421 595. Link. Methodist Church, on Hill Road. ST 420 592. Both Andrew Ross.
Seavington St. Mary, St. Mary on Church Lane. Redundant since 1983, and now in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. ST 403 149. Mike Berrell (2014). Link.
Seavington St. Michael, St. Michael on School Lane. Three interiors - 1, 2, 3. The list of incumbents goes back to 1297. ST 410 150. All Mike Berrell (2014). Link.
Selworthy, All Saints. SS 920 469. Simon Kidner. An additional view, and two interior views - 1, 2, all Mike Berrell (2013). Grade I listed.
Shapwick, Blessed Virgin Mary (or St. Mary), and the interior. ST 4178 3825. Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade II* listed.
Shepton Beauchamp, St. Michael on Church Street. Two interior views - 1, 2. ST 403 172. All Mike Berrell (2014). Link. Grade I listed.
Shepton Mallet.
Shepton Montague, St Peter. The church was badly damaged by a fire in 1964. Two additional views - 1, 2. The chancel wasn't re-built after the fire; instead the chancel arch was filled in, as seen in the last photo. ST 6820 3174. All Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II listed. A cross and several tombs in the churchyard are listed separately - they can be found here.
Shipham, St. Leonard (1843) on The Square. ST44312 57425. Link. Grade II listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, now residential. There was a Wesleyan Chapel here in 1868, and the present one seems to have been active until at least the 1970's. Another view. ST 44492 57524. There was also a Baptist Chapel in the village, though its precise location, and whether it still survives, are uncertain. All Carole Sage (2016).
Shoscombe, the former Methodist Church. Originally United Free Methodist, it has now been converted to residential use. Janet Gimber (2016).
Sidcot, Friends' Meeting House. Sidcot School, adjoining, is one of only seven Quaker schools in the country. The meeting house displays three dates, 1817 (presumably for construction), 1926 and 1961. Another view. ST 42929 57474. Both Carole Sage (2016).
Simonsbath, St. Luke (1856). SS 775 394.  Martin Richter (2011). Interior view, Richard Roberts (2019). Link. Grade II listed.
Slough Green, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. ST 2721 2032. P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Link. Grade II* listed.
Somerton.
South Barrow, St. Peter on Sparkford Road. ST 6018 2789. Link. Grade II* listed. A monument in the churchyard is separately listed as grade II. The former Methodist Chapel (1857) on Chapel Lane, originally Wesleyan, later Bible Christian. ST 6014 2782. Grade II listed. Both Chris Kippin (2020).
South Brewham, St. John the Baptist. Another of Judy Flynn's postcard, previously in the Unknown section. Here's the original entry - "Bruham is a puzzler. There's no such place-name as far as I can find, and I've ruled out the simple transposition Burham, and the similar sounding Brougham and Bruan". Solved by Janet Gimber, Simon Davies, and Greg Mishevski. Link. Grade II* listed - link.
South Cadbury, St. Thomas Becket. Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed. Chapel Cross, now a house, is a former Chapel standing at a crossroads between South and North Cadbury. ST 6308 2632. Chris Kippin (2021). Another view, from Streetview, in 2009. Grade II* listed.
South Cheriton, the former Methodist Chapel (originally Wesleyan) on Cheriton Street. Another view. ST 6936 2472. The former U.R.C., originally Independent/Congregational. ST 6950 2476. Both Chris Kippin (2021). The chapels are dated here to 1844 (Methodist) and 1823 (the Independent, in a pre-existing cottage, later enlarged). It also mentions an un-located Quaker meeting in the 17th and 18th century, and a Mission Room being present in the 1890's, but no maps I can find show it. Older maps do show the site of a vanished chapel at ST 6949 2493, but I've been unable to discover anything about it, and the site hasn't been seen by the Streetview van. The cemetery a little way south-east of the village has a Mortuary Chapel, at ST 6976 2460. Chris Kippin (2021).
South Horrington, the former Chapel of Mendip Hospital, now converted to residential use. TF 5710 464. Chris Kippin (2021). Its grade II listing. dates it to 1845-7, a G.G. Scott and W.B. Moffatt church.
South Petherton, St. Peter and St. Paul on Hele Lane. Two interior views - 1, 2. The list of vicars commences in 1080. ST 432 169. Link. Grade I listed. St. Michael (R.C.) on Lightgate Road. ST 435 171. Link. Former Wesleyan Chapel on Roundwell Street, now an Arts Centre. ST 434 169. All Mike Berrell (2014).
Sparkford, St. Mary Magdalene, which stands at the southern end of the village. The interior. ST 6091 2567. Both Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed.
Spaxton, St. Margaret on Church Road. Two interiors - 1, 2. ST 2253 3703. All Mike Berrell (2016). Link. Grade I listed.
Stanton Drew, Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Church Lane. Another view, the interior, altar, East window, the pulpit, and the font. ST 59781 63124. Grade II* listed. A housing development (The Drive) now occupies the site of the demolished Methodist Church. A photo of the (boarded up) church is available here, dated 2006, on an external site. ST 59865 62222. All Carole Sage (2016). The preceding Methodist Chapel (1832) still stands at ST 60347 62894. Carole Sage (2017).
Stanton Prior, St. Lawrence. Although of earlier foundation, the present building is mainly of the 15th century, and the restoration of 1860. Two additional views - 1, 2, and a badly weathered angel. ST 67802 62728. An interior photo is available here. Grade II* listed. The former Methodist Church, built as Wesleyan in 1863. Only the central part of the building (gable end to the road) is the original chapel, the rest is an extension added when it was converted to residential use. It was open until at least 1997. ST 67878 62764. All Carole Sage (2017).
Staple Fitzpaine, St. Peter on Staple Hill. Two interiors - 1, 2. The list of rectors commences in 1277. ST 264 182. All Mike Berrell (2014). Another view, Christopher Skottowe (1965). Link1. Link2. Grade I listed.
Staplegrove, Taunton - see Taunton.
Stapley, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel - a tin tabernacle. It's marked on the 1:2,500  O.S. map of 1889, but from the evidence of later maps had gone out of use sometime between 1906 and 1930. At some point the chapel building was moved from its original location at ST 1891 1349. It now stands on the other side of the road, and is used by a local mortician. What may be the original foundations remain visible. Both P. L. Kessler / The History Files.
Stathe, the former Jubilee Baptist Chapel, now "Old Chapel", and presumably in residential use. The latest map I have access to (1977) marks this as "Chap", so it was presumably active at least into the 1970's. It first appears on the O.S. map of 1903-4, it being absent (or at least, not labelled) on the earlier map of 1889-9
1. ST 3739 2896. P. L. Kessler / The History Files, which dates it at 1887 for the chapel, and 1928 for the adjacent Sunday School. Another view, Mike Berrell (2015).
Stawell, St. Francis. The dedication seems to be a recent addition, as no older maps or sources so name it. The interior. ST 3680 3829. Link. Grade II* listed. The former Ebenezer Congregational Chapel (1861) stands a little way back from Stawell Road, at ST 3683 3826. Clearly shown as Congregational on the 25" map of 1904 (and this source says it was built as Congregational), the 1886 edition shows it as Wesleyan Methodist. I haven't been able to find any other source mentioning the Wesleyans having been in Stawell, so perhaps this is a rare error on the part of the Ordnance Survey. All Chris Kippin (2020).
Steart, St. Andrew on Steart Drove. Two interiors - 1, 2. Despite its remote and isolated position, occasional services are still held here. ST 2702 4576. All Mike Berrell (2016). Another view,
Neil Floyd. Link.
Stockland Bristol, St. Mary Magdalene (C). ST 2402 4362. Mike Berrell (2016). Link. Grade II listed.
Stocklinch, St. Mary Magdalene. Made redundant in 1972, and now in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. Two interior views - 1, 2. ST 387 171. All Mike Berrell (2014). Link1. Link2. Grade I listed.
Stoford, the former Methodist Chapel on Newton Road and Court Lane. A map of 1888 labels it as Wesleyan. ST 5670 1347. Chris Kippin (2021). Older maps also show a Mission Room in the village, on Silver Street, at ST 5652 1334. The Mission Room has the same footprint as the present building on the site, but whether anything of it survives is unclear.
Stogumber, St. Mary on High Street. Two interiors - 1, 2. ST 0981 3729. All Mike Berrell (2016). Link. Grade I listed.
Stogursey, St. Andrew, on Church Street. ST 20475 42879. Maggie Exon. Another view, and two interiors - 1, 2, all Mike Berrell (2016). Grade I listed.
Stoke Pero, on Exmoor. Simon Kidner.
Stoke St. Gregory, St. Gregory on Woodhill. Two interior views - 1, 2. The pulpit and font, which a sign in the church says is mid-C14. ST 348 272. Mike Berrell (2015). Another view, P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Grade I listed. Baptist Church. ST 343 275. Mike Berrell (2015).
Stoke St. Mary, St. Mary. Two interior views - 1, 2. A past incumbent was evidently keen on reminding his parishioners of their obligations. A list of the curates and rectors goes back to 1531. The church has a Millennium window by Patrick Reyntiens OBE. ST 2658 2234. All Mike Berrell (2013). Two additional views - 1, 2, both P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Grade II* listed. Stoke Congregational Chapel (1825). Interior view. ST 2628 2226. Both Mike Berrell (2013). Another view, P. L. Kessler / The History Files.
Stoke St. Michael, St. Michael and All Angels. ST 6645 4698. Link. Grade II* listed. Several churchyard tombs are listed separately - they can be seen here. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Mendip Road. It pre-dates a map  of 1886. ST 6644 4679. All Chris Kippin (2021). The village also has a former Primitive Methodist Chapel, on Stoke Hill, at ST 6625 4691. It was seen by Streetview in 2009. According to this source, the Wesleyan was known as Zion, and the P.M. as Bethel, and Zion was closed in 1982.
Stoke-sub-Hamdon, St. Mary the Virgin (K), which is marked on older maps as St. Andrew. ST 4840 1728. Chris Kippin (2021). Link1. Link2 (many photos). Grade I listed. Numerous churchyard monuments (and a cross) are listed separately - they can be found here. The Methodist Church on West Street is marked on old maps as Wesleyan. ST 4707 1716. Mike Berrell (2014). Grade II listed. The former Congregational Chapel on North Street is dated here to 1866. ST 4734 1753. Chris Kippin (2021).
Stoke Trister, St. Andrew (1841). ST 7368 2876. Bob Feltham. O.S. maps mark St. Andrew's Church (Site of) at ST 7420 2881 to the north of the village, which this source says was demolished in 1841. Although the Streetview van has been along the nearest road, hedgerows prevent a useful view. Link. Grade II listed.
Ston Easton, St. Mary the Virgin. Another view. Both Janet Gimber (2016). Link. Grade II* listed.
Stowell, St. Mary Magdalene. Another view, and a Norman-style doorway, surely much too crisp to be original. ST 6869 2236. Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II listed.
Stowey, St. Nicholas and the Blessed Virgin Mary (C13). Another view. ST 5992 5944. Both Carole Sage (2016). Grade II listed.
Stratton-on-the-Fosse, Downside Abbey, aka the Basilica of Saint Gregory the Great. Mark Turbott. Another view, from an old postcard in Christopher Skottowe's Collection. Interior view, Christopher Skottowe. Another view, Christopher Skottowe (1963). Two additional views - 1, 2, both Mike Forbester. The tower, choir stall canopies, and the altar in the Lady Chapel, all Christopher Skottowe (2013). Link. St. Vigor, which Christopher advises is one of only two such dedications in England
. ST 6593 5078. Christopher Skottowe (2013). Another view, Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade I listed. St. Benedict (R.C.) is dated in its grade II listing to 1857. ST 6579 5086. Chris Kippin (2021).
Street, Holy Trinity. Graeme Harvey. Another view, Janet Gimber (2014). Grade I listed. Methodist Church. Graeme Harvey. Society of Friends Meeting House. Grade II listed. Graeme Harvey.
Stringston, St. Mary the Virgin. Two interior views - 1, 2, and a memorial tablet. ST 177 424. All Mike Berrell (2014). Grade II listed.
Sutton Bingham, All Saints. Another view. ST 5478 1113. Both Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade I listed.
Sutton Mallet, no dedication, is now in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust, whose listing dates it to a re-build in 1827. ST 3729 3694. Chris Kippin (2020).
Sutton Montis, Holy Trinity.
Its grade I listing says it's of Saxon origin, though there are no survivals from that time. Another view, and the interior. ST 6243 2480. All Chris Kippin (2021). Link.
Swell, St. Catherine. The south porch has a fine Norman doorway. Two interior views - 1, 2. The list of rectors goes back to 1319. ST 369 236. All Mike Berrell (2013). Link. Grade I listed.

Tatworth, St. John the Evangelist. Graeme Harvey.
Taunton.
Temple Cloud, St. Barnabas. It was built as a chapel of ease for St. James at Cameley in 1925. ST 62224 57996. Carole Sage (2016). Another view, Janet Gimber (2016). Link.
Templecombe, St. Mary. Andrew Ross. Another view, and the Templecombe Face Painting, both Roger Hopkins. Roger explains that this C12 church which has probable links with the Knights Templar, houses the painting which is believed to date to the time of the Templars. Link.
Theale, Christ Church, which is dated in its grade II listing to 1826. Another view, and the interior. ST 4678 4607. All Chris Kippin (2021). Link.
Thorne Coffin, St. Andrew. TF 5260 1761. Chris Kippin (2021). Link has an interior photo. Grade II* listed.
Thorne St. Margaret, St. Margaret. ST 0987 2109. Huw Thomas / The History Files. Link. Grade II* listed.
Thornfalcon, Church of the Holy Cross. Two interior views - 1, 2. The list of vicars commences in 1265. A new board has two recent incumbents listed. ST 283 240. All Mike Berrell (2013). Another view, P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Link. Grade I listed.
Thurlbear, St. Thomas a Becket - in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. Sheila advises that it dates from the 11th century, and is the resting place of Henrietta, the wife of William Surtees Altham. She was the sister of Elizabeth Barrett Browning. ST 2659 2111. Sheila Tucker. Another view, P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Two interior views - 1, 2, and a squint, all Mike Berrell (2013). Link. Grade II listed.
Thurloxton, St. Giles. Simon Kidner. Grade II* listed.
Tickenham, St. Quiricus and St. Julietta (an unusual dedication!) on Church Lane. Three additional views - 1, 2, 3, two gargoyles - 1, 2, the latter showing (presumably) a denizen of hell enjoying a damned soul for supper (Publow, above, has a similar gargoyle), and the handsome cockerel weather-vane, all Carole Sage (2016 and 2017). ST 4578 7145. Link. Grade I listed. The former Baptist Chapel, which has permission for conversion to residential use. It pre-dates the 1884 O.S. map. A gazetteer of 1868 mentions a Plymouth Brethren Chapel, but not a Baptist Chapel, so this is possibly the same building. ST 46810 71829. Carole Sage (2017).
Timberscombe, St. Petrock, on Church Street. SS 955 420. Marion Hall. Interior view, Richard Roberts (2019). Link. Grade I listed. Providence Methodist Church on Church Street was built as Bible Christian in 1836 and closed in July 2019. SS 956 420. Richard Roberts (2019). Link.
Timsbury, the Parish Church, dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. Tabor Free Methodist Church. Both Elizabeth Nash. The Congregational Church on North Road opened in 1928, following the congregations' move from their previous building, which is now the former Christadelphian Hall on Maggs Hill. Built in 1825, the Christadelphians took it over in 1930, and it's now in residential use. Both Janet Gimber (2016). The Methodist Church on South Road was built as Wesleyan in 1805. Janet Gimber (2016).
Tintinhull, St. Margaret, and its interior. ST 4986 1971. Both Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade I listed. Numerous churchyard monuments and other features are listed separately - they can be found here.
Tivington, Chapel of St. Leonard. Very difficult to photograph says Chris, as the building is behind an attached cottage. Another view, and the interior. SS 932 450.
All Chris Kippin (2019). Wikipedia entry. Grade II* listed.
Tolland, St. John the Baptist. The gateway to the churchyard is attractive. ST 1004 3227.
Both Chris Kippin (2019). Another view, P. L. Kessler (2020) / The History Files. Link. Grade II listed.
Treborough, St. Peter. Interior view. ST 026 343. Both Chris Kippin (2019). Link. Grade II* listed.
Trudoxhill,
the former Mission Church. ST 7459 4407. Chris Kippin (2021). The Congregational Church can be seen on a Streetview from 2011. ST 7492 4379. Grade II* listed.
Trull, All Saints on Church Road. Two interior views - 1, 2, and the superb pulpit. ST 2163 2219. All Alan Gardiner (2013). Another view, P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Link. Grade I listed.

Ubley, St. Bartholomew. Another view. Link. Grade I listed. Methodist Chapel, on The Street. Link. Grade II listed. All Janet Gimber (2016).
Uphill, St. Nicholas (ruinous). Another view. ST 316 583. St. Nicholas at ST 319 588 replaced the old church. The foundation stone was laid in 1892. Methodist Church (founded as Wesleyan in 1841). ST 320 588. All Andrew Ross. This old postcard shows the old church. From Geoff Watt's Collection.
Upton Noble, St. Mary Magdalene. ST 7129 3944. Link. Grade II* listed. The former Methodist Church. It pre-dates a map of 1886, where it's labelled as Wesleyan. It had been seen by Streetview in 2009, affording another view. ST 7131 3936. Both Chris Kippin (2021).

Vobster, the former St. Edmund (1846). Two further views - 1, 2. ST 7046 4927. All Chris Kippin (2021). A 2014 Estate Agents notice has more photos, including the interior. A 2006 photo on Geograph says that at that time it "seems to be disused". Grade II listed. There is a former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel at Upper Vobster at ST 7049 4952. It can be seen on a Streetview from 2009.

Walton, Holy Trinity. Bill Henderson. Another view. Graeme Harvey. Grade II listed.
Walton St. Mary - see Clevedon, including Walton St. Mary.
Walton in Gordano, St. Paul. Three additional views - 1, 2, 3. Two interiors - 1, 2, the chancel, and two windows - 1, 2. ST 4252 7314. Link. Grade I listed. A small former Congregational Chapel on Walton Street is now a private residence. Altered from a pre-existing house (circa 1800) by the removal of a floor and the addition of the large window in 1849. Closure was probably between 1967 and 1974, according to O.S. map evidence. ST 4259 7315. All Carole Sage (2016).
Wambrook, Blessed Virgin Mary. ST 293 077. Julie Baker. Link.
Wanstrow, St. Mary. ST 7098 4167. Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed. The former Primitive Methodist Chapel on The Street, which has a date-stone for 1877. ST 7131 4172. Both Chris Kippin (2021). Link. The village also had a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, which pre-dated a map of 1886. The National Archives references documents pertaining to the chapel for 1822-1974. Demolished, its site now lies beneath the roadway, pavement and garden, as seen by Streetview in 2009. ST 7121 4174. 
Washford, St. Mary on Station Road, shared with the Methodists (see here). ST 047 410. Mike Berrell (2014). Another view,
Chris Kippin (2019). The Methodists old chapel survives, at ST 049 410. Chris Kippin (2019).
Watchet.
Waterlip, the former Primitive Methodist Chapel, which has a date-stone for 1874. ST 6592 4476. Both Chris Kippin (2021).
Weare, St. Gregory, the burial place of Frankie Howerd. Jack Frost. Grade I listed.
Wedmore, St. Mary. ST 4347 4793. Christopher Skottowe (1965). Another view, the interior, and carved wooden pulpit, all Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade I listed. Several churchyard features are listed separately - they can be found here. The Methodist Church (1817) on Sand Road is labelled on older maps as Wesleyan. ST 4328 4764. Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II listed. The former Baptist Chapel on Grant Lane, undergoing conversion. Its closure is dated to 2010 in this 2018 news story. Two interior views - 1, 2. ST 4356 4775. All Chris Kippin (2021). Grade II listed.
Wellington.
Wellow, St. Julian on High Street, as seen by the Streetview van in 2019. ST 7418 5840. Grade I listed. The churchyard has a good number of listed tombs - they can be found here. Old O.S. maps (from as early as an edition of 1873-88) mark Ebenezer Primitive Methodist Chapel at ST 7409 5833. There is some evidence that this may be a rare error on the part of the Ordnance Survey, as other sources list it as Free Methodist (and later, as United Methodist). It seems to have still been in use into the 1970's, but has since been converted to residential use. It can be seen here in a 2008 Streetview. The Wesleyan Methodists also had a chapel here, on High Street, at ST 7370 5810. Here's a 2019 Streetview, and by zooming-in the date-stone for 1808 can be seen.
Wells.
Wembdon, St. George, on Church Road. ST 2894 3796. Mike Berrell (2016). Link. Grade II listed.
West Bagborough, St. Pancras. ST 169 337. Lesley Baxendale. Link. Grade II* listed.
West Bradley, St. Andrew on Lottisham Road, and its interior. ST 5578 3687. Both Chris Kippin (2020). Grade II* listed. About half a mile S.W. of the church stands the hamlet of Plot Street; old maps show it
 as having a Bible Christian Chapel, at ST 5501 3657. Now converted to residential use, it (or its replacement on the same site) can be seen here on a 2009 Streetview. This source calls it Ebenezer B.C. Chapel, and dates it to 1837, says it was United Methodist after the merger in 1907, with closure "by 1932".
West Buckland, St. Mary the Virgin. Two interior views - 1, 2. The North window is by William Morris. ST 173 205. All Mike Berrell (2014). Link. Grade I listed.
West Camel, dedicated to All Saints. Bill McKenzie. Grade I listed.
West Chinnock, St. Mary on Higher Street. Two interior views - 1, 2. ST 467 134. All Mike Berrell (2014). Grade II listed.
West Coker, St. Martin of Tours on Church Street. Another view. ST 5165 1358. Link. Grade II* listed. A drinking fountain and tombs listed separately can be found here. Methodist Church (1839) on Manor Street was originally Wesleyan. ST 5195 1362. Grade II listed. All Chris Kippin (2021). The 25" O.S. map of 1892-1914 shows a Plymouth Brethren Chapel off High Street at ST 5167 1346. Evidently demolished, it stood immediately behind Chapel Court, seen in a Streetview from 2009.
West End, the former Mission Chapel, now in residential use. Marked as a chapel on maps of 1967 and 1974, it shows as a Mission Chapel on the 1903 edition, and as Baptist on the 1930-2 edition. Carole has been unable to unearth any further information about it. ST 44889 69092. Carole Sage (2016).
West Harptree
, St. Mary. Janet Gimber (2016). Grade II* listed.
West Hatch, St. Andrew on Church Lane. C15, but heavily restored in 1861. Interior view. The list of incumbents only begins in 1856, when West Hatch was made a separate parish. ST 285 211. All Mike Berrell (2014). Link. Grade II listed.
West Lydford, St Peter. This source dates it to a re-build of 1844-6. ST 5647 3188. Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade II* listed.
West Lynch, Lynch Chapel of Ease on Bossington Lane. Interior view. SS 900 476. Both Richard Roberts (2019). The Grade II* listing advises that it dates from circa 1530, and was restored in 1880.
West Monkton, St. Augustine on Church Hill. Two interiors - 1, 2, and a set of stocks, which seem to be popular hereabouts! ST 263 285. All Mike Berrell (2013). Link. Grade I listed.
West Pennard, St. Nicholas. Another view, and the interior.
ST 5522 3826. All Chris Kippin (2020). The presumed remains of a Bible Christian Chapel at the junction of Glastonbury Road and Newtown Lane, as seen on a 2016 Streetview. It shows on the 25" O.S. map of 1886 as Chapel (Nonconformist), as Bible Christian Chapel on the edition of 1903, and on a map of 1930 as a United Methodist Free Church. It may be the Bethel B.C. chapel mentioned here as having opened in 1851. ST 5466 3847. The same source mentions a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel having opened in 1803, but doesn't locate it. It was succeeded by a new chapel at Piltown in 1847. This will probably be the one marked on the 25" map of 1886 at ST 5533 3898. Satellite views suggest it survives (or at least, a building with the same footprint occupies the same site), and a 2016 Streetview shows what I think is the building.
West Quantoxhead, St. Etheldreda (aka St. Audrey). ST 1133 4200. Geoff Lees. Link. (Geoff - the return address on your e-mail isn't working - 3 e-mails have been returned as undeliverable). Another view, Paul E. Barnett (2019). Grade II* listed. The Orangery is now used as a wedding venue. Originally built as an orangery, according to the grade II listing it was converted to serve as a school chapel in the 1930's. Paul E. Barnett (2019).
Westbury-sub-Mendip, St. Lawrence. ST 4996 4871. Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed. A former Bible Christian Chapel (1872) stands on Perch Hill, at ST 5041 4877. It pre-dates the 25" map of 1873-1888. Evidently converted to residential use, it can be seen in a Streetview of 2009. The same map also shows a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on Top Road, at ST 5032 4870. It was seen by the Streetview van in 2011, again, in residential use.
Weston Bampfylde, Holy Cross. The interior. ST 6106 2495. Both Chris Kippin (2021).  Link. Grade II* listed.
Weston in Gordano, St. Peter and St. Paul (1839). Three further views - 1, 2, 3. ST 44377 74211. All Carole Sage (2016). Link. Grade I listed.
Weston-super-Mare.
Westonzoyland, St. Mary the Virgin on Main Road. Three interiors - 1, 2, 3. ST 352 348. All Mike Berrell (2015). Link. Grade I listed.
Wheddon Cross, the former Methodist Chapel (1893), closed in 2006, and now converted to residential use. The second chapel on this site, the previous one was built in 183
9. SS923387. Andrew Ross (2018). Another view, Chris Kippin (2019). Link.
Whatley, St. George.
ST 7340 4760. Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed.
Whitchurch, St. Nicholas (C). Dating from the 12th century, the church is thought to have been preceded by a Saxon chapel. Before the Reformation, the church was dedicated to St. Gregory. Another view. ST 61219 67590. Samuel Loxton made two drawings of the church - 1, 2. Grade II* listed. U.R.C. on Bristol Road, built as Congregational (founded 1830). Another view. ST 61259 67799. All Carole Sage (2016). A Brethren Meeting Hall on Bristol Road was built between the wars. When it ceased to be used for worship is at present unknown, but it was used as a public hall until quite recently. It received planning permission for conversion to a day nursery in 2015. ST 61219 67867. Carole Sage (2017). The Emmaus Spirituality Centre on Sleep Lane is a retreat and conference centre, and is successor to Emmaus House in Bristol, from where they moved in 2015. ST 61678 67260. Carole Sage (2016). Link.
Whitelackington, St. Mary. Two interiors - 1, 2, and a squint. The list of incumbents commences before 1417. ST 379 153. All Mike Berrell (2014). Link1. Link2. Grade II* listed.
Wick St. Lawrence, St. Lawrence. ST 366 654. Andrew Ross.
Widcombe, Bath - see Bath.
Williton, St. Peter. Another view, and an interior view. ST 075 407. All Dave Westrap. Two interior views - 1, 2, both Mike Berrell (2013). Link1. Link2. Link3. Grade II* listed. Methodist Church on Tower Hill. ST 078 407. Dave Westrap. Three interior views - 1, 2, 3, all Mike Berrell (2013). Grade II listed.
Wilton, Taunton - see Taunton.
Wincanton, St. Peter and St. Paul. Two further views - 1, 2, the interior and font. ST 7110 2848. All Dennis Harper (2010). Link. Grade II* listed. The churchyard gates, boundary walls, and several monuments are listed separately - they can be found here. The Methodist Church is on High Street, at ST 7156 2865. The church website has some interior views. I've not been able to discover its date of building, or its original flavour of Methodism. Chris Kippin (2021). St. Luke and St. Theresa (R.C.) on South Street. Another view. ST 7134 2855. Both Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II listed. Community Church (Assemblies of God), on South Street. ST 7132 2849. Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Baptist Church, off Mill Street. A 2009 Streetview shows the adjacent Baptist School, dated 1887. ST 7122 2865. Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Perhaps surprisingly, the gates are listed as grade II, but the chapel itself appears to not be listed. The former Congregational Church is also off Mill Street. Not seen by Streetview, a photo is available here. ST 7117 2865. Grade II listed. The access passage to the church, and the Sunday School (grade II listed), can be seen on a Streetview from 2009. The access to the Friends' Meeting House off High Street can be seen in a Streetview from 2016. A photo is available here. ST 7150 2862. Link. A Wesleyan Methodist Chapel used to stand on North Street at ST 7118 2876. It pre-dates a map of 1886, and the later building on the site (dated 1922) can be seen on a Streetview from 2021. Given the windows facing the main road, it could well be that the 1922 date-stone refers to a refurbishment of an existing building rather than a new build.
Winford, Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. Peter on Church Road. The dual dedication commemorates the original church and an old chantry chapel at Winford. The tower is the oldest part of the church, dating from the 15th century. The rest of the church is of a re-build in the late 18th century, with later restorations. Three additional views - 1, 2, 3, and some of the gargoyles - 1, 2. ST 54303 65014. All Carole Sage (2017). Interior view, Chris Kippin (2019). Link1. Link2. Grade II* listed. Baptist Church on Chapel Lane. Dating from 1829, it was built by the Bristol Baptist Itinerant Society, and was "improved" in 1877. Baptisms are not held here - they use the Baptist Church at Chew Magna. ST 54182 64936. Link. There used to be a large orthopaedic hospital on the outskirts of Winford. Built in 1930, it was enlarged in 1940 for the treatment of war casualties. Closed in 1996, the site has been redeveloped for housing. It had a chapel, but Carole has been unable to discover its exact location, or a photograph of it, so this photo is just a general one showing part of the estate. ST 53737 65651. Both Carole Sage (2017).
Winscombe, St. James the Great. The tower and porch. ST 411 566. Lynch Chapel. ST 419 572. All Barbara Barklem.
Winsford, St. Mary Magdalene. Interior view. SS 904 349. Link. Grade I listed. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. SS 905 348. All Chris Kippin (2019).
Winsham, St. Stephen. Another view. ST 374 062. Both Julie Baker. Link. Grade II* listed.
Witham Friary, Blessed Virgin Mary, St. John the Baptist and All Saints. Although the friary was dissolved by Henry VIII in 1539, the building continued in use as the village church. ST 744 412. Kevin Gordon. Grade I listed.
Withiel Florey, St Mary Magdalene. The exterior has recently been re-painted Interior view. SS 986 332. Both
Chris Kippin (2019). Link.
Withy Ditch, the Baptist Chapel dates from 1839, and is now only used once a month for services. In 2004 this old lamp, which used to hang outside the chapel, was found beneath the staging in the chapel; it now hangs in Radstock Museum. Both David Ware.
Withycombe, St. Nicholas. ST 0153 4130. From a postcard in Kevin Gordon's Collection. A modern view, Dave Westrap, and another, without scaffolding,
Chris Kippin (2020). Link1. Link2. Grade I listed.
Withypool, St. Andrew. SS 846 356. Martin Richter (2018). Another photo is available on the Wikipedia article here. This website has a photo of the Norman font. Link. Grade II* listing, which advises that the tower was re-built in the early 17th century, and that the church had restorations in 1887 and 1902.
Wiveliscombe, St. Andrew of 1827-9 stands on Church Street, on the site of earlier churches. Another view. ST 0828 2768. Link. Grade II* listed. A cross, war memorial and other items are listed separately - they can be found here. Sir Richard of Chichester (R.C., 1967). ST 0835 2769. Link. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on South Street. ST 0815 2758. Peter Kessler's entry (choose number 2) for this chapel dates it to 1845, with closure at an unspecified but early date. All P. L. Kessler / The History Files. Wiveliscombe Evangelical Church is on Silver Street; older maps label it as Congregational. Its grade II listing dates it to 1708, with an enlargement in 1825. ST 0818 2788. It can be seen on a 2019 Streetview here. Link.
Wookey, St. Matthew. Interior view. ST 5185 4579. Both Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade I listed. Several churchyard features are listed separately - they can be found here.
Wookey Hole, St. Mary Magdalene. Its grade II listing dates it to 1873-4. Interior view. ST 5323 4759. The former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. It pre-dates a map of 1873-88, and it is also mentioned in a newspaper in 1875. The National Archives references documents pertaining to the chapel for 1868-1972. All Chris Kippin (2021).
Woolavington, Blessed Virgin Mary, or St. Mary. ST 3479 4165. Chris Kippin (2020). Link. Grade I listed. There are two listed monuments in the churchyard - they can be seen here. A former Methodist Church survives on Causeway. It was built as Wesleyan in 1838, perhaps re-built in 1865, and closed in the late 1970's (source). Seen here by the Streetview van in 2011, the building to its right is a Sunday School from 1910.
Woollard, the former Baptist Chapel. It pre-dates the 1882-3 O.S. map, closed before 1997, and subsequently converted for residential use. Another view. ST 63199 64465. Both Carole Sage (2017).
Woolverton, the former St. Lawrence. Another view. ST 7902 5404. Both Chris Kippin (2021). Grade II listed.
Wootton Courtenay, All Saints. Two interior views - 1, 2. SS 938 434. All Dave Westrap. Link1. Link2. Grade I listed.
Worle.
Wrangway, the site of the Congregational Church. The church, which was cruciform in plan, stood closer to the road than the present house. Pre-dating a map of 1888, later maps indicate that it went out of use and was demolished between 1969 and 1980. ST 1250 1809. Huw Thomas / The History Files.
Wraxall, All Saints. ST 49024 71969. Graeme Harvey. Another view, the churchyard gateway, the sun-dial, some examples of the many carved heads and gargoyles - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, interior view, the chancel, altar and fine reredos, side chapel, painted tomb, the pulpit, the font, two examples of the many fine Kempe windows - 1, 2, and the list of incumbents, which begins in 1265, all Carole Sage (2017). Link. Grade I listed. Tyntesfield Chapel, now a National Trust property. ST 507 716. Graeme Harvey. Another view, Janet Gimber, and another, Carole Sage (2006). Interior view, Janet Gimber (2015). Link.
Wrington, All Saints, on The Triangle. Two additional views - 1, 2, the bell-turret, lych-gate, interior, East window, altar, stone pulpit, and the font. The church has a good number of head stops, gargoyles and grotesques, though many are somewhat weathered - here's a selection - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. In the graveyard is the tomb of local philanthropist Hannah More, who worked to improve the lot of local mine and agricultural workers. There's a bust of her in the porch, as well as a bust of the philosopher John Locke, a native of the parish, though he's buried at High Laver in Essex. ST 46789 62717. All Carole Sage (2016 and 2018). Link. Grade I listed. A Non-conformist meeting house was established at a farm on Wrington Hill in 1714, about a mile from the village. Now called Meeting House Farm, Carole's photo just gives a general view - whether the meeting house survives is not at present known. ST 48685 63724. Carole Sage (2017). It was succeeded by Wrington Chapel (1815) on Roper's Lane and Chapel Hill. This is probably the Independent Chapel mentioned in an 1868 gazetteer. It has also been Congregational, and latterly U.R.C. ST 46924 63182. Carole Sage (2016). The former Methodist Church, originally Wesleyan. Dating from 1864, it was closed in the early 1970's, and it is now used by the local Scouts and Guides. Carole Sage (2017).
Writhlington, the former St. Mary Magdalen, made redundant in 1981, and now in residential use. Grade II listed. The former Methodist Church on Manor Road, originally Primitive Methodist (1913). It had recently been sold when Janet took her photo. Sale notice with an interior photo. Both Janet Gimber (2016).
Wyke Champflower, Holy Trinity. Older maps label it as St. Peter. Another view. ST 6618 3431. Both Chris Kippin (2021). Interior view, Christopher Skottowe (1964). Link. Grade I listed.

Yarlington, St. Mary the Virgin. Interior view. ST 6547 2931. Both Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Grade II* listed.
Yatton.
Yeovil.
Yeovil Marsh, All Saints. Its Wikipedia entry dates it to 1869-70. Another view. ST 5441 1882. Both Chris Kippin (2021). Link. Old maps show a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel just to the east of the church at ST 5446 1878. Older than the first available map of 1878, the latest map to show it as active is of the 1962 vintage, when it's labelled as Meth. Ch.  Something of it may survive as the doorway and a small window look old, as seen here in a Streetview from 2011.
Yeovilton, St. Bartholomew on Pyle Lane, formerly the parish church, since 1993 the Fleet Air Arm Memorial Church. The porch gates and church sign. ST 5468 2301. All Chris Kippin (2021). Link1. Link2. Grade II* listed.
Yenston, the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. This source dates it to to a re-build in 1884 on the site of a predecessor of 1845, closing after 1981. It also mentions a so-far unlocated Primitive Methodist Chapel of "before 1867" to after 1926. ST 7144 2114. Chris Kippin (2021).

 

 
 

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