Last updated: Fri 10 May 2013

Teas in Church

Teas and homemade cakes are served in Nunney Church from 3pm to 5pm at weekends.

Nunney All Saints Church, SomersetA wonderful range of cakes, scones and other homemade delicacies are served with tea in Nunney Church by a team of local volunteers.

The Church of All Saints at Nunney, Somerset, England, is a Grade I listed building dating from the 12th century. The present church is thought to have been built on the site of a smaller Saxon or Norman one; the only remains being the Saxon cross fragment in the chancel and the Norman font near the west door.

The nave, transepts and chancel date from the 13th and 14th and the tower from the 15th century. The chancel, however, was almost completely rebuilt in 1874, part of the extensive restoration work, both inside and outside the church, undertaken in the 19th century.

The screen across the chancel arch dates from the beginning of the 15th century. Medieval and Tudor effigies of previous owners of Nunney Castle are well worth a visit.

The Nunney Treasure Trail ‘The Hunt for the Nunney Diamonds’ is on sale during tea in church (£5.99).

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