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Church of St Peter & St Paul, Bleadon facts for kids
|Church of St Peter & St Paul|
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The Church of St Peter and St Paul dominates the village of Bleadon, Somerset, England.
The tower, which has been dated to around 1390, contains five bells dating from 1711 and made by Edward Bilbie of the Bilbie family, and one from 1925 by the Whitechapel Bell Foundry.
The interior of the church includes a Norman tub font and a pulpit dating from about 1460. The Sweetland organ dates from 1893 and was moved to its present position in 1956. The stained glasswindow is from 1964.
The Anglican parish is part of the Bleadon benefice within the archdeaconry of Bath.