St Stephen's Church is a small church in the centre of Exeter. It has a Saxon crypt but the first mention of the church is in the Domesday Book. Its location (now near the middle of the High Street) was formerly opposite the medieval guildhall. In July 2012 it reopened following a major renovation which cost £1.5 million.
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- "St Stephen's re-opens its doors marking nine years of successful fund-raising". Diocese of Exeter. Retrieved 20 September 2012.
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