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
History
Dedication St Denis
Architecture
Heritage designation Grade II* listed[1]
Designated 17 December 1962
Administration
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.

History[edit]

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.

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