Church of St James The Less, Hemington facts for kids
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|Location||Hemington, Somerset, England|
|Built||Early 18th century|
|Designated||11 March 1968|
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The Anglican Church of St James The Less in Foxcote, Hemington, within the English county of Somerset, was rebuilt in the early 18th century incorporating a 15th-century bell turret. It is a Grade II* listed building.
The church was dedicated to James the Less but is now a redundant church. Inside the church was a Jacobean altar table.
The parish is part of the benefice of Peasedown St John with Wellow and Foxcote with Shoscombe within the Diocese of Bath and Wells.
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