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The Bells of Bere Regis

Picture by Bill Henderson

Picture by Bill Henderson

There is a possibility that a small timber church stood on the present site in Saxon times. However the church of St. John the Baptis we know today is thought to have been begun in about the year 1050.

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St. John the Baptist, Bere Regis

St. John the Baptist by jaystar68

St. John the Baptist by jaystar68

The Church of St. John the Baptist at Bere Regis is a veritable treasure trove for Architectural Historians as it contains portions of all the main medieval styles of architecture between the 11th & 16th centuries.

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Stag Gate by Clifton Beard

A well-known Local Landmark on part of the famous wall bordering Charborough Park on the A31 between between Sturminster Marshall and Bere Regis.

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