in and around bowdens are some fantastic sites, photography opportunities and walks are plentiful. The historical town of Lanport offers some great sights including The Hanging Chapel which is a 13th Century building with a varied history. If you drive / walk up the hill by the post office in Langport, go through the Hanging Chapel you will then see this carving on your left. Its a Seat that has been carved out of a Tree Trunk.

The Town hall dates back to 1735, but today houses a very small fruit & veg market .

St Marys Church, Langport. The main east window is traditional stained glass with a Crucifixion scene dedicated to three children from one family who died within a fortnight of each other on the 1870's. This stained glass window is by Edward Burne-Jones. There are 8 bells, the oldest being cast in the 1600's. The Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Huish Episcopi, Somerset, England has 12th-century origins, but was largely rebuilt in 14th, 15th and 16th centuries. It has been designated as a Grade I listed building. St Mary's Church also serves nearby Langport. Built in blue lias with golden hamstone decoration, the church is most noted for its classic 100 feet (30 m) Somerset tower, deemed to be an architectural companion piece to St Martin's Church in Kingsbury Episcopi. St Mary's tower dates from around 1500 and was built in four stages. It is extensively embellished with pinnacles and quatrefoil panel bands. In the north-east corner is an octagonal stair turret which reaches the full height of the tower.

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