Church of All Saints, Kingsdon facts for kids
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|Location||Kingsdon, Somerset, England|
|Official name: Church of All Saints|
|Designated||17 April 1959|
Parts if the church date from the 13th century, although it has been renovated and revised many times since particularly in the 15th century when the west tower was added replacing one at the north of the building. It underwent a Victorian restoration in 1869 and further work in 1906.
The parish is one of five in the benefice of 'Somerton with Compton Dundon, The Charltons and Kingsdon'.
The four-stage tower has six bells and a clock which has no face, but has recently been restored to chime the hours. The oldest of the bells was cast in the 14th century and recast in 1951. The tower is supported by corner buttresses.
- List of ecclesiastical parishes in the Diocese of Bath and Wells
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