East Lambrook is a villlage in the South Somerset district of the county, 5 miles S of Langport.
It is the easternmost of the three Lambrook villages, and overlooks the brook of the same name, a tributary of the River Parrett.
The church consists of a chancel and a nave with a double bell-cote on the W gable and a small W porch. The earliest feature is the late-12thc chancel arch, described below, but the church also contains 13thc, 14thc and later medieval work, and an 18thc gallery and pulpit inside. Construction is of coursed and squared rubble in a local stone related to hamstone, with slate roofs.
The chancel arch is pointed and of two orders to E and W.
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