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Sometimes referred to as the "Cathedral of North Devon", it is located in the hamlet of Stoke, about 1.5 miles (2.4 km) west of the town of Hartland. Saint Nectan was one of many Celtic hermits and missionaries associated with early Christian sites in south-west Britain, South Wales and Ireland in the fifth and sixth centuries.

A well 100 metres from the church is the reputed site of his hermitage.

The history of the area is obscure; however, the first recorded building here was a collegiate church served by twelve secular canons founded ca.

1050 by Gytha, Countess of Wessex (mother of King Harold).

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The Church of St Nectan is the parish church of Hartland, Devon, England.

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The current building, believed to date from 1360, replaced the earlier church on the site, of which only the font still remains and is thought to date from 1170.

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