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St Nicholas and St Cyriac, South Pool

St Nicholas and St Cyriac, South Pool, Kingsbridge, Devon TQ7 2RW View on map

Grade I listed church dating from early 14th century with a 15th century rebuild of local slate stone or shillety. Notable interior features are a 15th century rood screen and well preserved parclose screens. 16th century tomb monument to Thomas Bryant, Rector of South Pool and a large alabaster monument in south chapel to Leonard Darre and his wife Joan who died in 1615 and 1608. They are depicted kneeling with their 2 sons and 3 daughters behind them.

Contact

  • Grant Recipient: St Nicholas & St Cyriac PCC
  • Contact for access: Mrs Linda Luckes
  • 01548 531 266

Opening Arrangements

Winter months: 8am - 5pm. Summer months: 8am - 6pm.

Directions

Turn off A379 at bridge in Frogmore, follow sign to South Pool (1.5 miles) Church on left at South Pool village boundary is approached by lane to farm. Public right of way to church. Rail: Totnes (18 miles)

Parking Spaces

8

3 spaces in front of church, the rest in village. 3 at church with permission on their private farm drive.

Disabled Access

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

WC

No