Ditcheat Church is part of the Fosse Trinity Benefice along with Alhampton Chapel, East Pennard Church and Pylle Church.
Alhampton Chapel is one of the original “Tin Tabernacles” built from kit form following the Industrial Revolution. It was built in 1892 at a cost of £250. It seats 55 people and continues in active use.
A service is usually held here on the last Sunday of each month at 10:00am as well as on Christmas Day. Special services may also be held here.
The Chapel is currently closed due to the pandemic.
For more information visit the Alhampton Chapel website here
East Pennard Church
The Church of All Saints in East Pennard, Somerset, dates from the 14th century. It is a grade I listed building. The tower contains a clock and five bells. They are the second heaviest peal of five bells in the world.
Inside the church is a Norman font and several stained-glass windows, also an altar screen and monuments of the Martines and Napiers.
The 15th-century churchyard cross was restored in 1919 as a memorial to those who died in World War I.
For more information, visit the East Pennard Church website here
The Church of St Thomas à Becket in Pylle, Somerset, was rebuilt in 1868 for the Portman family of Orchard Portman, but a 15th-century tower from the earlier church remains. It is designated as a Grade II* listed building.