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St Martin, North Stoke

St Martin, North Stoke, Bath BA1 9AS View on map

Grade II* Anglican Parish Church. 12th century, altered 13th century and 15th - 16th century; restored 1888. There has been worship here for 1700 years. There are memorials to the Lawrence family in the nave and a plaque for those who died in World War I was unveiled in 2009 by Harry Patch.


  • Grant Recipient: PCC of North Stoke
  • Contact for access: Mr Michael Roberts
  • 0117 932 2701

Opening Arrangements

At all times.


A431 take turning to North Stoke which is between Swineford and Kelston. Rail: Bath Spa (5 miles). Nearest bus route three quarters of a mile from village.

Parking Spaces


Additional parking in village.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes