This small building is located adjacent to the Oake Manor Golf Club where I attended a family wedding reception. There has been a church here for at least 700 years, although the base of the font could be Saxon.
View from the north east.
There is an unusually large perpendicular window in the north wall which, according to the church website, may have been brought from Taunton Priory when the church there was dissolved in 1535. It has been installed 'inside out' with the original inner face now on the outside.
The view from the south east from the golf club.
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