There has been a church on the site of All Saints since the 11th century, the current building was re-built in the 13th century with the south aisle added later. The church was restored between 1886-1888. The church has two fonts, one of Norman origin. The clock was installed for Queen Victoria’s Jubilee. In the 1980s a meeting room, kitchen and toilet facilities were added and a ringing chamber floor created to provide a choir vestry.
In addition to Sunday worship the church building will be open every Wednesday Morning when we have the Orbell Cafe open from 9:00 am till 12:00.