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St Gregory, Weare, Somerset

Ordnance Survey Grid Ref ST414526
Listed Grade I
Historic England Registration 1295977
Tower Yes
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Machine Tag HCofGB:id=4641

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The Church of St Gregory in Weare, Somerset, England dates from the 11th century, although most of the building is from the 15th, and has been designated as a grade I listed building.

The tower was built around 1407. It is in four stages with pinnacles and pierced parapet.

In the churchyard is a 15th-century cross, and a 19th-century church room.

The font is older than the building dating from about 1150, while the pulpit is Jacobean.

This article uses material from the Wikipedia article "Church_of_St_Gregory,_Weare", which is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0.