Incidentally the place has nothing to do with ships of the desert but (according to Wikipedia) is a shortening of the Celtic "cantmael" which means place of the bare hill. The Queen in question could be Henry III's wife Eleanor or Edward I's wife Margaret- both of whom held land in the area. There are those- John Leland for instance- who hold that the Battle of Camlann- in which King Arthur died- took place hereabouts.
This is the church tower. It's unique in Somerset for being built in five stages (I think I know what that means.) Anyway, Somerset is a county of noble towers and this is one of the noblest.