August 2009 - The Treasurer’s House. The property dates from the 13th century and was occupied at that time by the treasurer of Wells Cathedral. This part of the house is the Hall.
August 2009 - The building on the right is the Kitchen. The window in the upstairs centre is in the Solar which was a provate chamber.
August 2009 - The old Hall is on the right with more recent additions to the left.
August 2009 - This view shows all that is left of the main gateway. The arch on the right was for foot passengers. The main arch, which would have stood to the left of the foot entrance, has not survived.
September 2015 - The church of All Saints which dates from the 13th century.
August 2009 - Another view from the road.
August 2009 - This is the rather quaint Nat West Bank.
August 2009 - The Market house. Click on the blue plaque to read it.
August 2009 - The Post Office in East Street.
September 2015 - The view along Church Street towards the village centre. The building on the right behind the red van is the 19th century village hall. Click on the wall to read the blue plaque.
August 2009 - This building is now the youth centre.
September 2011 - Martock church of All Saints dates from the 13th century. The decorative stonework and windows above the nave.
September 2015- The very colourful organ pipes.
September 2011 - This was a return visit for my wife to see the magnificent display of quilts.
September 2011 - There must be 1000’s of hours of work put into these quilts.
September 2011 - The alter and west window.
September 2011 - One of the many painted figures in canopied niches above the nave.
September 2015 - A wider view of the alter and west end of the church.
September 2015 - The church has a magnificent 16th century carved tie-beam roof.
September 2015 - A closer look at the roof. Each of the sections has a slightly different design.