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DUNKESWELL ABBEY CHURCH

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Dunkeswell Abbey Church. The modern parish church of the Holy Trinity [AD 1842] stands within the site of the Abbey Church. The present churchyard more or less occupies the site of the church. The lower part of the West wall of the Abbey Church forms the West boundary of the churchyard. Adjoining this is about 14 ft. of the North wall showing a chamfered plinth; at the angle are the remains of a diagonal buttress. A small piece of the southwall is attached to the South end of the west wall. At the North-Eastcorner of the churchyard are parts of North and East walls of the choir. The Abbey Church would, according to the remains, have been 185 ft. long and nave and choir to be 54 ft. wide.

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