St Mary’s Church, Kingston Deverill

St Mary’s Church (Saint Mary the Virgin) was largely rebuilt in the 1840s, although the Tower dates from the 14th century. The Tower has 6 bells that are in need of repair. The church has a Saxon Font which was rediscovered having been buried in the churchyard, and there are a number of carvings and monuments including a fine 14th century Flemish wood carving of Madonna and Child.

Source: Clay Hill Churches