All Saints Church, with its distinctive square tower housing a peal of 8 bells was built over seven hundred years ago. In architectural terms it belongs to the “Perpendicular Period. Its architectural glories are the 15th Century rood screen with paintings of the apostles, a bishop and St Faith; its finely carved Seven Sacrament Font and its “hammerbeam” timbered roof. This roof is best viewed at dusk or at night when it is lit in such away to bring out the skills of those who carved its timbers all those years ago.
However, a village parish church is much more than its architecture. It is the stories of those who live around it and worshipped within it that are often far more interesting. Traces of these people can be found in the old tombs and memorials to many of the forebears of families who are still, or until recently were, living in the Village:-the families of Jeckell, Dyeball, Grix, Cook and others, some of whose names appeared in the Doomsday Book… read more.
Our night-time floodlights can be sponsored for anniversaries and memoriams as can our altar flowers.
Mrs Warman (Churchwarden) – 733241
Mrs George – 735383
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