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Church of St Bartholomew
Gray stone building with square tower surmounted by a spire on the left. Surrounded by trees and green fields.
Location Ubley, Somerset, England
Built 13th century
Listed Building – Grade I
Designated 21 September 1960
Reference no. 33018
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The Church of St Bartholomew in Ubley, Somerset, England is a small medieval church originating from the 13th century with later additions. It has been designated as a Grade I listed building.

The church has no fixed pews. Features include a Jacobean pulpit and a chained copy of the ‘Paraphrases of Erasmus’ dated 1552. The 13th century stone font stone font has a square bowl. The pulpit is from the 17th century. The stained glass in the east window dates from 1877 and was painted by Jean-Baptiste Capronnier.

On the north side of the church is the remains of a Fives court.

It is part a joint Benefice of Blagdon with Compton Martin which is part of the deanery of Chew Magna and the Archdeaconry of Bath.

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