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
A guided tour of the church.

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Guided tour of All Saints'

Enter the porch

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The bell tower

The bell tower

The bell tower is located at the west end of the church and contains three bells rung at the start of services. One of the bells dates from the 14th Century, whilst the tenor bell is inscribed "Henry Knight made mee 1621". The treble bell is a recasting of a 14th Century Wokingham bell at John Taylor & Company's Loughborough foundry in 1908. The bells were rehung when the tower was renewed in 1908.

In 2018 2019, the three bells were rehung on part-new fittings for stationary chiming. The cast-in crown staples of the 2nd and tenor bells were removed. New trigger-action clappers were fitted, the other fittings being overhauled.

For an enlarged view, please click on the image.

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Last updated - February 2019
Diocese of Oxford