All Saints, Selsley

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“Selsley is to Victorian stained glass what Fairford is to late Gothic” (1). All Saints Selsley is most unusual; just over 150 years old, with its distinctive saddleback tower and its French Gothic gables, it is the last of the great Cotswold wool churches. Under William Morris’s leadership, the Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood (including Edward Burne-Jones, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Ford Madox Brown and Philip Webb) made All Saints their first stained glass commission. The result is a gem which attracts visitors from all over the world

Notes: (1) England’s Thousand Best Churches pg 226 by Sir Simon Jenkins

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William Douglas
Retreat Lodge,
79 Westward Road
Gloucestershire GL5 4JA
01453 750558 (Churchwarden and Treasurer) or 07973 387099

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A Church Near You ID (venue number): 14234
Built: 1862
Architect: George Frederick Bodley
Archdeaconry: GLOUCESTER (161)
Deanery: The Stroud Deanery (16111)
Benefice: The Stroudwater Team (16/217D)
Parish Legal Name: All Saints Selsley (160200 )
CofE Church Info: (616200 16/200)
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The current editor is: William Douglas

This page was last updated on Thursday 10th November 2016
All Saints, Selsley, Gloucestershire, GL5 5LE

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