The iconic church in South Hams' turned to the last remaining foundry of its kind in the country after one bell developed a crack.Read the full story ›
The fire at St Michael on the Mount destroyed a third of the unoccupied church's roof yesterday morning.Read the full story ›
Police are investigating after three large bells were stolen from a church in the Cotswolds.Read the full story ›
What do you do when you've got a church but not a lot of space and you're crying out for a church hall? You put the pews on wheels of courseRead the full story ›
Crypts were uncovered at Stoke Damerel Church during renovation work - it's believed their contents could date back to the 15th century.Read the full story ›
Thousands across the west attend church services to celebrate ChristmasRead the full story ›
Christmas day church services across the regionRead the full story ›
People living in a street in Swindon say they're concerned after huge cracks have started appearing in an old church.
They believe the cracks are being caused by the ongoing work to the Regent Circus scheme.
The developers say they're doing everything they can. Meanwhile the area's MP has called a meeting.
Robert Murphy reports:-
Police in Blandford are investigating after fires were started inside a church in the town.
It happened during the night of Saturday 14th September at the chapel in Blandford Cemetery on Salisbury Road.
Those responsible forced entry to the church and started three separate fires inside before making their escape.
I am appealing to anyone who may have witnessed this arson take place, or may have information about those responsible to contact us on the non-emergency number 101.
The blaze has caused significant damage to the chapel and will no doubt have caused great inconvenience to the local community.
I am also appealing to the public for information regarding an attempted theft of petrol from a Ford Transit van at around 9.50am on Sunday 15 September 2013 which we believe to be linked to this fire.
A poorly cast church bell which has "clunked" for 110 years in Bristol has been replaced.
St Mary Redcliffe Church hung the replacement after parishioners raised £30,000 to pay for it.
Elizabeth I described the church as the goodliest and most famous parish church in England.