Church of St John the Baptist, Churchill
|Church of St John the Baptist|
|Dedication||Saint John the Baptist|
|Heritage designation||Grade I|
The tower has three stages with diagonal buttresses, moulded string courses, north-east polygonal higher corner stair turret with blind panelled embattled cap and pierced quatrefoil lozenge parapet with corner pinnacles and gargoyles. It is dated to c. 1360 by Poyntz Wright and after 1420 by Harvey.
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- Poyntz Wright, Peter (1981). The Parish Church Towers of Somerset, Their construction, craftsmanship and chronology 1350 - 1550. Avebury Publishing Company. ISBN 0-86127-502-0.
- Harvey, John H. (1982). "The church towers of Somerset". Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society. 26.