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Churches & Cathedrals in Wiltshire

Heritage sites also including abbeys, religious monuments in Wiltshire...

Wiltshire Cathedrals, Historic Churches, Abbeys

C/O Corsham Estate Office, The Coach House, Pickwick Road, Corsham, Wiltshire, SN13 9BJ
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The historic parish churches of Corsham, Lacock, Neston, Gastard and Bowden Hill are set in beautiful villages at the southern end of the Cotswolds and have served local people as places of worship for generations. St. Bartholomews (Corsham Church) adjoins Corsham Park, an 18th Century landscape laid out by Capability Brown for the Methuen family at nearby Corsham Court. St Cyriacs is sited in the picturesque National Trust village of Lacock.
Tel: 01249 715511    Fax: 01249 715930
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St. Edith of Wilton

St. Mary Photo © Patricia Steel
St. Mary - Photo: Patricia Steel CCL


Anyone who imagines that female saints tend to be dreamy, impossibly virtuous ladies whose primary claim to fame seems to involve dying for chastity would do well to consider St. Edith of Wilton.

From the very beginning, she sets the customary views of sainthood upon their ear, and continued to do so not only throughout her life but beyond it. More...

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Malmesbury Abbey

Malmesbury, Wiltshire, SN16 0AA
Tel: 01666 824339

Norman/Romanesque Abbey - now the parish church. Founded by St. Aldhelm in Saxon times. Pavise/treasury containing 1407 manuscript bible and other books, and historical exhibits. Outstanding south porch. Burial place of King Athelstan (895-940). Situated in an attractive and historic hilltop country setting.

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Saxon Church of St. Lawrence

Tel: 01225 865797

This charming church, in the centre of Bradford on Avon, dates from approximately AD700. After many different uses and some alteration, it was rediscovered in 1856. The church was purchased from private owners in 1871 and its renovations corrected. It differs from the other Saxon churches in the UK in that the whole building appears to have been erected at one time, with no additions later.

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Salisbury Cathedral

The Close, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2EF
Tel: 01722 555113      E-mail:

Salisbury Cathedral is perhaps Britain's finest example of medieval architecture. Built between 1220 and 1258, the tallest spire in England was added a generation later and can be seen for miles. The surrounding Close is perfectly preserved and is still locked at night. The Chapter House has a unique medieval biblical frieze and an original 1215 Magna Carta. Volunteers offer regular tours of the Cathedral and tower. The Refectory Restaurant and Cathedral Shop are accommodated in a wonderful new glass roofed building with views of the spire soaring above. There are excellent facilities for disabled visitors and everyone is invited to join the daily services.

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The Churches Conservation Trust

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Organisation dedicated to the preservation of England's Churches. Here you will find a handy search facility to locate Churches in the area you plan to visit.

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