West Bagborough St. Pancras

Modest church rather over restored. Its attraction lies in its setting on the flank of the Quantocks, its 16th-century bench ends and its 20th-century fittings by Ninian Comper.

St. Pancras was a 1st-century martyr who was popularised in this country by one of the early dedications of St. Augustine of Canterbury. This is one of six churches in Britain (it is from one of the others that the London railway terminus takes its name).

ST 168 336, Adjacent to the hall, on minor roads off A358.

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* worth a visit