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St Mary & St Gabriel

St Mary & St Gabriel

From early morning to dusk.

Stoke Gabriel, Devon | TQ9 6SD

In a picturesque setting, the Grade I listed parish church is located on a steep bluff in the centre of the village at the end of a cobbled stone walk.

St Paternus

St Paternus

Open between 9am and 5pm every day.

North Petherwin, Cornwall | PL15 8LR

The church of St Paternus stands in pretty countryside, with a churchyard that was almost certainly an early Celtic holy site, as evidenced by the circular shape of the enclosure.

St John

St John

Open June to September, Monday to Friday: 10am to 12noon.

Dunoon, Strathclyde | PA23 7RL

St John's boasts magnificent Gothic revival architecture, with its impressive tower and spire, and replaced the previous church on the site.

St Andrew

St Andrew

Everyday 9am to 4pm.

Harberton, Devon | TQ9 7SD

An amazing church filled with interesting carvings, woodwork, monuments, stained glass windows set in a beautiful tranquil space with the churchyard in the centre of the village.

Luss Parish Church

Luss Parish Church

Open daily 10am to dusk.

Luss, Highland | G83 8NZ

For over 1500 years a church has stood on the banks of Loch Lomond.

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St Winwaloe

St Winwaloe

Open at all times.

Tremaine, Cornwall | PL15 8SA

St Winwaloe church in Tremaine is one of the smallest parish churches in Cornwall, being just twelve feet wide and forty four feet long with the earliest parts of the church as well as the font being Norman.

St Petrock & St Keri

St Petrock & St Keri

Sorry, there are no regular opening times for this church.

Egloskerry, Cornwall | PL15 8RU

Despite over rigorous restoration in Victorian times, this village church has regained much charm after recent restoration programmes.

St Patrick

Sorry, there are no regular opening times for this church.

Benburb, County Tyrone | BT71 7LQ

Clonfeacle parish church, a Grade A listed building was established in 1618 as a plantation church.

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