The Church of St Giles, right on the A35 in Chideock, dates from the 12th Century and is mainly Perpendicular in style, with significant restorations in the 19th Century and modernisations in the 21st . Except in winter, the church is open most days for visitors and has information and leaflets about its history.
The church can seat around 120 people and has a servery for refreshments and accessible toilets. The Village Hall, close to the church but separately managed, can be hired for an event. Please ask Margaret, if you'd like to know more.
There are lots of community events in our lively village, so look out for local publicity to find out what's on; the Chideock and Seatown News is distributed free to every household monthly, and the Church and village both have Facebook pages. There is a lot more information about St Giles’ Church on the Chideock and Seatown website.