Raddington is a small place, I'd say it was too small to be called a village, to the West of Chipstable in Somerset.

The church is the first church I've seen where all the pews have doors to them.

John Yeandle 1801 is buried there.
The inscription is "In Affectionate Remembrance Of John Yeandle, of Upcott, Raddington, Who died August 8th 1889, aged 88 years. Also of Mary, wife of the above, who died January 25th 1853, aged 56 years. Also of Elizabeth Sarah his second wife who died November 29th 1880 aged 69 years. Interred at Runnington."

About a third of the way up the outside of the tower is this stone tablet. It reads "T Y WAR 1675 G H", presumably meaning Thomas Yeandle Warden 1675. It is unclear what "G H" stood for.

Inside the church is what I refer to as the Yeandle Pew, although I don't know if it really is the Yeandle Pew. The carving is "TY W 1713", meaning Thomas Yeandle, warden in that year.