Dundry’s Dole Table is located in the churchyard of St Michael’s Parish Church. It is a 1.5 metre cube of locally quarried Dundry Stone/Freestone, which is an Inferior Oolite limestone. An alternative theory is that it isn’t a dole table but is a sample of dressed Dundry Stone, which acted as a demonstration of its qualities as a building stone.
Dole Table at St Bartholomew's Church, Oake
It is thought to date from the 16th century but it has been restored since then. It is made of local sandstone and is 85cm high and 40cm wide. It is located just outside the porch.
Nynehead's Dole Table with Nynehead Court in the background
Dole Table in the churchyard of All Saints' Church, Nynehead
It is thought to date from the 16th or 17th centuries
St Michael's Church, Dundry