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St Paul’s Church was consecrated on October 29th 1861 by Bishop Spencer of Jamaica. He was acting on behalf of the Bishop of Exeter.
The architect responsible for the church was JW Rowell, with the foundation stone being laid in 1859. The contractors involved were Wilcox & Woodley.
On April 24th 1942 St Paul’s church was narrowly missed when a bomb landed in the churchyard. The results were damage to the windows & roof at the east end. A slight depression remains where the bomb landed.
|Regular services and meetings at St Paul's|
8am Holy Communion
10.30am Parish Communion
10am Holy Communion
WEEK DAYS IN THE HALL
9.30am Monday - The Toddler Group
9.30am Tues to Fri - Pre-School
THE MIDDLETON ROOM
Friday 2pm - Whist Drive
Wednesday 7.30pm - Choir Practice
2nd Saturday 8.00am - Prayer Breakfast