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25-27 Sep & 2-4 Oct 2020

All Saints' Church, Dulverton

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Dulverton is a charming market town, secluded in a deep wooded valley in Somerset, on the eastern edge of Exmoor, with the River Barle running through it. In the hills above the town are three Iron Age forts, and the town is first recorded in the Domesday book. Like many towns in the area, Dulverton was a market centre for the wool industry, and fleeces were washed by hand in the river.

The town has many shops, cafes and restaurants, and the Town hall with its external staircases was used in the feature film: 'The land girls'. All Saints church dates from the 15th century.

Many Exmoor beauty spots are easily accessible from Dulverton, notably the ancient Tarr Steps, and Wimbleball Lake. Dunkery Beacon, the highest point in Somerset, has spectacular views across to Wales, and on a clear day, visitors can see right up to the Severn bridges in the Bristol channel, and beyond to the Cotswolds. Activities popular in the area include fishing, sailing, and pony trekking.

All Saints’ Church, Bank Square, Dulverton TA22 9BU

  • Lion Stables car park, High Street, Dulverton, TA22 9DJ. Pay & display 09.00-18.00.
  • Guildhall car park (via Bridge Street): Dulverton, TA22 9EZ. Pay & display: 09.00 - 18.00.
  • On-road parking Fore Street, Bank Square after 18.00.


  • Inside venue
  • Entrance to public car park: Lion Stables, High Street, Dulverton, TA22 9DJ.


** All cafés, inns, restaurants, hotels, B&Bs and other establishments mentioned below are suggestions only, not recommendations **




Situated in the beautiful rural town of Dulverton, the southern gateway to Exmoor, the parish Church of All Saints in Bank Square has a tower from the 15th century which was extensively restored between 1853 and 1855 when the rest of church was rebuilt by Edward Ashworth. It has been designated as Grade II* listed building.