Church of All Saints
All Saints Church dates from the 12th century and is the only stone building within the village. We can tell that the local parish would have been quite rich from the ornate style in which the church has been built. Externally there is an unusual stone porch, a doorway with stone cusping, pinnacles,gargoyles and many carvings over windows and along the parapet. Internally some medieval features survive,an ornate sedilia and several piscinas and a C15 brass of Rector Adam Babyngton. These all show high standards of craftsmanship.
During the C19 the church was restored and it was at this time that the original wall plaster was removed to expose the stonework underneath.

The Nave roof was also reconstructed at this time.

The chained bible was printed while Shakespeare was still alive. Unfortunately,the wooden cover recently became the victim of woodworm; but this has been treated and the bible is now restored to its former glory.
An example of fine stained glass which can be seen in All Saints Church.
Visit the CHANCEL page to view photographs of the ornate altar and piscina. Details of the bells can be found on our TOWER page.Photographs of the church interior can be seen on the NAVE page and also on our NORTH CHAPEL page. The outside of the church is detailed on the PORCH page.