St Torney's church at North Hill near Launceston was a parish church close by Bodmin Moor in Cornwall. The Grade I listed church is largely 15th and 16th century however an original 14th century chancel still remains. The church was restored in 1868. North Hill Church is built mainly out of large granite blocks which would have probably came from nearby. The church is quite a large church and is unusually large for the size of the village. St Torney's Church held its last service in March 2019 after the number of churchgoers declined and remains abandoned but preserved. The church is kept locked to prevent damage. The video on the link above was taken in September 2018, when the church was still in use and open to the public.