St George's, Edington

You can be assured of a warm welcome at St George's in Edington.

Our church was opened by the Bishop of Bath and Wells in 1879 and listed as a Grade 2 building in 1987. It is constructed of coursed lias stone with Ham Stone surrounds to the windows, doors and arches. Baltic red fir trusses support the roof of Bridgwater tiles.

Records show there has been a centre of Christian worship dedicated to St. Michael since 1191 but in the 1870’s the church was in such a state of disrepair, it was no longer considered safe. Village benefactors, including Capt. Luttrell, Mr. Vale and Mr. Norris set about raising the £1118.10s needed for the rebuild.

Information taken from ‘A Guide to St. George’s History & Memorials

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