St Saviours Church

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St Saviour's Church, Anzac Street, Dartmouth, UK


St Saviour’s church in the lower town, was constructed in the middle ages when the town began to develop near the river and parishioners no longer wished to go up the hill to reach the parish church of St Clement. Permission was gained in 1286 but due to many years of objections it wasn’t consecrated for nearly 90 years in 1372.

The church has undergone major restoration during the first part of 2014. This included cleaning and restoring to their original colours, the high altar, the ceiling and the front of the gallery, together with strengthening work to the balcony, new lighting and wiring and an upgraded sound system.


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