The Church of John the Baptist
The picturesque little 13th Century church of St John the Baptist lies just off the Taunton to Wiveliscombe road, from where its tower can be seen. A grass footpath runs across a flower strewn churchyard and on through the
Holy Cross church is at the centre of the village in more ways than one, being centrally placed opposite the village green and also at the heart of much of what goes on in the village. This 14th century church
St Bartholomew’s is beautiful in its simplicity and peaceful in its location on the edge of the village behind Oake Manor Golf Club. A great deal of history sits within the 13th Century walls of St Bartholomew’s Church. In 1535
Four villages, four churches, one purpose!
Deane Vale Benefice unites the churches of Cotford St Luke, Heathfield, Hillfarrance and Oake. Each church has its own character , traditions and style of worship but we are joined in our commitment to serve God and the communities around us.
Church Wardens:Heathfield with CSL: Ally Gabell 433125 Dawn Mitford-Slade 432255
Hillfarrance: Adrian Dyke 461440 Marcia Maunder 461245
Oake: Corinne Bickle 400643
Deane Vale BeneficeRector: VACANCY
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