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With the exception of the 15c tower, this church was entirely rebuilt by T. H. Wyatt (the diocesan architect) in 1852-3 in mock perpendicular style because it had fallen into a very dilapidated state.  However, there is a record of an incumbent in 1286 and the list of rectors begins at 1317.  The churchyard contains a memorial to the Bastard family who, as architects, were responsible for much of the rebuilding of Blandford after the disastrous fire of 1731 when 480 families were made homeless.



Churches Nearby

Ref Title Town Postcode Distance
All SaintsTarrant KeynstonDT11 9JB0
St Mary'sTarrant CrawfordDT11 9HU0
Saint John the BaptistSpetisburyDT11 9DF1
St. MaryTarrant RushtonDT11 8SD1
St. MaryTarrant RawstonDT11 8SD1
St. Mary the VirginCharlton MarshallDT11 9PJ2
St BartholomewShapwickDT11 9LA2
All SaintsLangton LongDT11 9HS2
St. MaryBlandford ForumDT11 9ND2
St. MarySturminster MarshallBH21 4BU3
St. Peter and St. PaulBlandford ForumDT11 7AF3
Our Lady of Lourdes & St CeciliaBlandford ForumDT11 7BN3
All SaintsTarrant MonktonDT11 8RX3
St MaryAlmerDT11 9EN 3
St. PeterPimperneDT11 8UB3
St. MartinBryanstonDT11 0PX4
St Mary'sWinterborne Zelston DT11 9EU4
St. StephenKingston LacyBH21 4ED4
St. MaryTarrant HintonDT11 8JB4
St. StephenPamphill (Kingston Lacey)BH21 4ED5
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