Consecrated by Bishop Bronescombe in 1260. Altered and added to by Bishop Grandison circa 1330. Mainly Early English. Built like Exeter Cathedral, with 2 towers above transepts. Has nave and aisles and Lady Chapel. Groining later and north aisle is Perpendicular. Very rich roof with pendants. Some fine tombs. Was a Collegiate Church from 1337 to 1545 when it was dissolved. It is an imposing structure of grey stone. The interior was restored drastically mid C19 by Butterfield and others.
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