About Church of the Holy Trinity, Wyke Champflower

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The Church of the Holy Trinity in Wyke Champflower, Bruton, Somerset, England dates from 1623 and has been designated as a Grade I listed building.

A wooden tympanum between the nave and chancel bears the 1624 Royal Arms, the arms of the then Bishop of Bath and Wells and the Archbishop of Canterbury. The pews are Jacobean pews and the large stone pulpit Elizabethan. The font cover is from a similar era.

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Wyke Road, South Somerset, Somerset, England, United Kingdom, BA10 0DF

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