St Mary’s Church was founded in the 13th century and a large proportion of the building dates from the 15th century. There is a 17th century brass in St. Catherine’s Chapel that commemorates Edward Coker who was killed in 1685 during the Monmouth Rebellion. The church was substantially restored and altered in the 19th century.
Opposite the church is a Society of Friends Meeting House.
The Unitarian “Chapel in the Garden” on the north side of East Street, next to the Literary and Scientific Institute, provides a neutral, personal development resource for an open faith community in which people are assisted in finding their own spiritual path.[thamnks Wiki
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