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We came upon this museum almost by chance. The church is just out of Chideock off A35 (be patient with signage) with a small car park. Beautiful building in a serene location which belies the history of Catholic persecution. The museum is in a small...More
After 18 months of coping with our son fighting Osteosarcoma, we returned to your church to contemplate, give thanks, and prayers for saving him.
The museum is a wonderful addition to such a haven of peace.
Then ask you for welcoming us.
We popped past this delightful little church mainly because our kids go to a St Ignatius’ college and were interested in the link.
Beautiful little place, great history with a quirky little museum alongside. Just wish they would update the pound coin slot meter for...More
What a find, what a pretty church with great history. We visited the church from a recommendation in our holiday cottage visitor book on the NT estate. It was well worth it, as you walk in the small church there is much colour and the...More
The first time I came across this church I was charmed by its appearance and fascinated by its history.
Pictures in the porch show eight men associated with Chideock who died for their Catholic faith. Seven were put to death and are known as the...More