St Stephen's Church, Exeter

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St Stephen's church

St Stephen's Church is a small church in the centre of Exeter. It has a Saxon crypt but the first mention of the church is in the Domesday Book. Its location (now near the middle of the High Street) was formerly opposite the medieval guildhall.[1] In July 2012 it reopened following a major renovation which cost £1.5 million.[2]


  1. ^ "St Petrock's Church". Exeter Memories. Retrieved 20 September 2012.
  2. ^ "St Stephen's re-opens its doors marking nine years of successful fund-raising". Diocese of Exeter. Retrieved 20 September 2012.

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Coordinates: 50°43′26″N 3°31′47″W / 50.7240°N 3.5298°W / 50.7240; -3.5298