Church of St Nonna, Bradstone
|Church of St Nonna|
|Location||Bradstone, Devon, England|
|Official name: Church of St Nonna|
|Designated||21 March 1967|
The Church of St Nonna is a redundant church in Bradstone, Devon, England that was built in the 12th century. It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade I listed building, and is in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. It was vested in the Trust on 12 November 1996.
The church has an arcaded north aisle. The west tower was added in the 15th century. The tracery in the south wall of the chancel is believed to date from 1261 when the church was dedicated by Bishop Walter Branscombe.
Outside the tower is a stone dedicated to John Coumbe, said to have lived from 1484 to 1604 - outliving the entire Tudor dynasty.
- Historic England, "1326684 (1326684)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 10 July 2013
- St Nonna's Church, Bradstone, Devon, Churches Conservation Trust, retrieved 31 March 2011
- Diocese of Exeter: All Schemes (PDF), Church Commissioners/Statistics, Church of England, 2011, p. 1, retrieved 31 March 2011
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