St Bartholomew's Church
This tiny Church has survived earth tremors! In 1837, the outside porch was rebuilt due to severe damage but everything else stayed standing.
St Bartholomew's is a Norman Church that stands on a knoll above Goodnestone Court and is a half-timbered building from the 15th Century.
Inside, you can see a miniature 19th-century font, Willement glass in the east window, two 16th century brass inscriptions who both departed 'in the fayth of Christe' and a Medieval tomb which may have been used as an Easter Sepulchure.
Guide Dogs, Hearing Dogs and Registered Assistance Dogs welcome
Suitable for families