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Originator:Department of Environment
Summary:Church of St. Winifred. Parts may be Saxon. Otherwise the church shows a continuous development from the early 12C to the early 17C, carefully restored according to spab principles circa 1911. Local Salcombe stone rubble, it is neater in places, almost like ashlar, and laid to courses; beerstone detail; slate roof. Unusual cruciform plan church with large central tower. The tower has the oldest fabric. The base of it could be Saxon. The main part of the tower however is early 12C, so too is most of the nave. See DOE list for full details.

Associated Monuments (2)

MDV10909Branscombe, Parish Church of St. Winifred (Building)
MDV75829Cottages, 1 and 2 Sellers Wood, Branscombe (Building)