The Church of St Mary Magdalene in Ditcheat, Somerset, England, has 12th-century origins. It has been designated as a Grade I listed building. It was built by the Abbots of Glastonbury Abbey. The chancel dates from the 14th century and the clerestory from the 15th.
The lower part of the tower was built around 1300 with the upper stages being added in the 15th century. The interior includes a large wall painting of St Christopher which dates from the late medieval period. The shields of Robert Stillington, Abbot John Selwood and Dean Gunthorpe can be seen above the chancel.
The churchyard contains war graves of a soldier of World War I and a soldier and airman of World War II.
East Pennard Church
The Church of All Saints in East Pennard, Somerset, dates from the 14th century. It is a grade I listed building. The tower contains a clock and five bells. They are the second heaviest peal of five bells in the world.
Inside the church is a Norman font and several stained-glass windows, also an altar screen and monuments of the Martines and Napiers.
The 15th-century churchyard cross was restored in 1919 as a memorial to those who died in World War I