Outside St Petroc's church

Here are a selection of treasures that you will find outside our church.

Resorations

Resorations

The building underwent two Victorian restorations and another in 1930. It is now listed Grade I.

The Church Yard

The Church Yard

The churchyard is extensive and on a slope: the Chapel of St Thomas Becket is a ruin of a 14th-century building in the south-east of the churchyard. St Guron's Well is a small building of granite at the western entrance to the churchyard.

Chantry Chapel

Chantry Chapel

The St Thomas Beckett chantry chapel of the C14th is the old surviving building in Bodmin

Bells

Bells

There is a peal of eight bells: the tenor bell weighs 17-0-11

St Guron well

St Guron well

The Holy Well of 510 was dedicated to St Guron the founder before St Petroc. The well house of 1545 is made of granite. Click on the picture to find a link to more information.

Berry Tower

Berry Tower

BERY TOWER (original spelling) Situated in the old cemetery on the northern side of Cross Lane was built between 1501 and 1514 and is all that remains of the Chantry Chapel of the Holy Rood or Cross used by the New, Holy Rood and St. Christopher Guilds up to the Reformation there. Click on the picture to find a link to more information.

St Petrocs Well

St Petrocs Well

There are several beautiful historic wells that you may come across while walking around Bodmin. This well is in Priory Park. Click on the picture to find a link to more information about the wells of Bodmin.