St Denis' Church, Otterham

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St Denis’ Church, Otterham
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St Denis’ Church, Otterham
Coordinates: 50°41′13.33″N 4°35′41.54″W / 50.6870361°N 4.5948722°W / 50.6870361; -4.5948722
Location Otterham
Country England
Denomination Church of England
Churchmanship Broad church
Dedication St Denis
Heritage designation Grade II* listed[1]
Designated 17 December 1962
Parish Otterham (Boscastle and Tintagel Group of Churches)
Deanery Stratton
Archdeaconry Bodmin
Diocese Diocese of Truro
Province Province of Canterbury

St Denis’ Church, Otterham is a Grade II* listed[1] parish church in the Church of England in Otterham, Cornwall.


The church dates from the Norman period. The tower may have been rebuilt in 1702. The church was restored between 1889 and 1904.

Parish status[edit]

The church is in the Boscastle and Tintagel group of parishes which includes

Bells & Organ[edit]

The original 3 bells have been augmented to a peal of 6. The church use to have a harmonium but the music is now played by an electric organ at the far right front of the church.