Parishes/churches within 3 miles of - SU113601

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0.1ESt Mary Magdalene, Church Road, Church of England, Woodborough
0.9SEOld Church, Church of England, Manningford Bohune Common
1.2NNWSt Mary the Virgin, Church of England, Alton Barnes
1.3NAll Saints, Village Street, Church of England, Alton Priors
1.8WSWSt Stephen, Church of England, Beechingstoke
1.7ENEHoly Cross, Church of England, Wilcot
1.9SESt James, Church of England, North Newnton
1.9NWAll Saints, Church of England, Stanton St Bernard
1.9SSWSt Nicholas, Church of England, Wilsford (nr. Pewsey)
2.0ESE(unknown dedication), Church of England, Manningford Abbots
2.1SESt Peter, Church Road, Church of England, Manningford Bruce
2.2SWAll Saints, The Street, Church of England, Marden
2.5SSt Peter, Friday Lane, Church of England, Charlton (nr. Pewsey)
~ 3WNWWesleyan Methodist Chapel, Wesleyan Methodist, All Cannings
2.8WSWSt Swithin, Woodland Road, Church of England, Patney
2.8SSESt Matthew, Church Lane, Church of England, Rushall
2.9WNWAll Saints (formerly St Anne), The Street, Church of England, All Cannings
2.9EHoly Family, Broadfields, Roman Catholic, Pewsey
2.9WSWSt John the Baptist, The Street, Church of England, Chirton
3.0NESt Nicholas, Church of England, Huish

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The GENUKI church database is not a complete list of all churches, and for many areas it just contains most parish churches at the start of the 19th century. It is planned that over time many more churches will be added but until then we hope that those it does find are useful.

The distances shown above are in most cases only approximate.This is because the church locations themselves are given as the corner of nearest Km square on the Ordnance Survey map in most cases. Some have been updated to the actual 1/10 Km location, but the majority have not. So use the distances as a guide, not a precise figure.