Church of St Gomonda, Roche

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Originally built in the 14th century and rebuilt in the mid 15th century, but little of this remains. The church was extensively altered in the 1820s and 1890s and looks to all intents like a Victorian church. There is still a fine 12th century font of Pentewan stone by the south door – a large bowl on central stem with four corner shafts with bases. The shafts end in carved angels’ heads, much restored and with one angel replaced. The bowl has interlaced snakes under chevron rim.

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