The parish church of St. Mary, High Bickington is a place of worship for the whole community, young and old.
The Church is situated within the centre of High Bickington, in North Devon between the rivers Taw and Torridge. This place of Christian Worship was originally built in Saxon times.
King Athelstan (925 - 940), grandson of Alfred the Great, resided for a time at Umberleigh and in about 930 he gave land to support a priest and build a church for High Bickington and Atherington.
At about 1100 AD, after the Norman's had reorganised the conquered Saxon lands, a stone building was erected on the present site. The Revd. Michael Clark is the local vicar.
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