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St Mary, High Bickington

St Mary, High Bickington, Devon EX37 9AY View on map

Original wooden church, erected in the 10th century. Stone and thatch building erected after the Norman conquest. Current vestry dates from that period, current main building dates from c1450, with later additions of north aisle and west tower. Features include Norman font and seventy-two 12th - 15th century intricately carved pew ends.


Opening Arrangements

Daily: 9am - 4pm.


Situated in the centre of the village adjacent to school, accessible by road from B3217 running through the village. Rail: Umberleigh (2 miles). Bus: Route 325 operated by Turners.

Parking Spaces


6 spaces in adjacent parish car park.

Disabled Access

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