The Grade 1 listed medieval church of All Saints lies to the west of Nottingham in the small village of Strelley. There are many interesting features, including a 15th century carved rood screen, medieval stained glass, misericord seats and two fine alabaster tombs of the Strelley family. There is a considerable amount of stained glass dating from the late 14th century to 1914. Most of the old glass is Flemish with some earlier English work. Services are held at All Saints on Sundays at 10.30am; once per month a united service is held which may be at one of the other Parish churches. For current service details please see the Services & Events section or visit our website via the link on the HomePage in the Get In Touch box.