St Bridget

Bridgerule, Torridge District, Devon, England Add to Map
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The parish of Bridgerule lies on the extreme edge of Devon, with majority of the residents of the village living on the “Cornish side” of the River Tamar, which runs through the village. Bridgerule was mentioned (as Brige) in the Domesday Book in 1086, when the local manor was held by a Norman, Ruald Adobed. The name, Bridgerule, is thought to come from bridge and Ruald.

St Bridget’s Church is grade 1 listed. It stands in an elevated position in open countryside on the edge of the village of Bridgerule and forms a prominent landmark.

Map & Photo of St. Bridget Church and Cemetery,-4.4404957,3a,75y,344.93h,77.33t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sGoKTxZZYr0h2tl7JTxmA4Q!2e0!7i13312!8i6656

  • Added: 7 Sep 2017
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