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St Nicholas & St Cyriac, South Pool

St Nicholas & 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.


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

Opening Arrangements

1 January - 31 March: 8am - 4pm. 1 April - 30 September: 8am - 6pm. 1 October - 31 December: 8am - sunset.


Off 379 from Kingsbridge towards Dartmouth. Rail: Totnes (18 miles).

Parking Spaces


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

Disabled Access

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