The bell tower The porch The west window and rear of the church The font The Millennium Tapestry 
The old altar The McNamara memorial window The Nicholas Cottle window The Moody memorial window The pulpit The Couldrey memorial window The Knollys memorial window The view from the sanctuary The altar and the east wall The altar The east window The Incarnation The Norman window The Wells memorial window The north part of the nave The parish room The War memorial The Rector's vestry The organ
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The Floorplan of All Saints'

All Saints' is a lovely village church that was extensively restored in the 1870s to the design of the architect W Scott Champion. However, it contains features from earlier times, including the font and pointed chancel arch that date from Norman times.

The most recent structural additions are the bell tower restoration (1908), rector's vestry (1965), and parish room (1981/2). Inside the church are several features of interest, often given in memory of past worshippers.

Use the floorplan to find out more about the Church

Principal Areas

By using the pointer on the floorplan you can find features of the building that are described and illustrated in the virtual tour. The pointer will indicate parts of the church, and by clicking on the floorplan you will find a photograph of the feature and its history.

Please move the pointer slowly around the floorplan until you find the name of the feature. Then click on that item and you will find out more about our church.

Thank you for taking time to find out about All Saints' - we hope that you enjoy your "visit".


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Last updated - June 2002
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