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St Mary Magdalene, Stoke Canon

St Mary Magdalene, Stoke Canon, Exeter, Devon EX5 4AT View on map

Grade I listed church of 15th century origin extensively rebuilt in 1835 - 6 by John Mason whilst retaining its 15th century Perpendicular west tower. Notable medieval Georgian and Victorian pews and Norman font. Stained glass windows.


Opening Arrangements

All year - most mornings and afternoons (Monday-Friday: 9am - 12noon and 2pm - 4:30pm) Please check before visiting. The community room within the church building is in frequent use and doors are open at those times. Access at other times through key holder Mrs F Thompson (01392 841 070) and Stoke Canon Primary School (01392 841 279 - school hours only)


On A396 approximately 4 miles north of Exeter, next to primary school. Rail: Exeter St Davids (4 miles). Bus: Service No's 55 and 155 (Exeter to Tiverton).

Parking Spaces


Roadside parking available nearby.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Yes
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes