Church of England Diocese of Southwell & Nottingham Bilborough and Strelley

Facilities and features

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Accessibility

Toilets
Baby Changing Facilities

Parking is available with care outside the church on Main Street

Accessible Toilet

Ramps are available by prior arrangement. Please be aware that wheelchair access within All Saints is limited to the rear of the pews.


Our Building

All Saints is Grade 1 listed and is mentioned in Simon Jenkins's book 'England's Thousand Best Churches'.
The War Memorial in the extension churchyard was listed in February 2017 as Grade II for the following principal reasons:
* Historic interest: it is an eloquent witness to the tragic impact of world events on the local community, and the sacrifice it made in the conflicts of the C20;
* Architectural interest: it is a well detailed memorial designed by Cecil Greenwood Hare, the pupil and partner of G. F. Bodley, who has ten listed buildings to his name;
* Group value: it has group value with the nearby All Saints Church (Grade I) and Strelley Hall and stables (both listed at Grade II).


Music and Worship


Groups, Courses and Activities

Brasses are available to view only on request

Our parish Messy Church is held on the first Wednesday of the month at St. Martin's church, Bilborough NG8 3BH at 3.30-5.30pm

Our parish Baby & Toddlers group is held during term time at St. Martin's church, Bilborough NG8 3BH at 9.30-11.30 am.


Help for Visitors

A short free church guide is available; for those seeking more detailed information, Dr. David Clifford's publication 'A Short History and Guide to All Saints Church, Strelley'. is available to purchase. On Open Church afternoons on the 3rd Sunday of the month at 3pm, a guide is available to highlight points of interest and answer questions. Refreshments are available on Open Church afternoons, and at other times when access to the church has been made availlable by special request.

A free self-guided church leaflet. A free self-guided leaflet - Step Back in Time, a walk through Strelley village A detailed publication by Dr. David Clifford 'A Short History and Guide to All Saints Church, Strelley' is available to purchase. Postcards and bookmarks are also available to purchase.

The church is open for prayers and visitors on the 3rd Sunday of the month at 3pm, and open at other times by arrangement. Please follow the link to our website for full contact information.


Other Features

We support our local foodbank, The Hope Centre at the church of St. Martha the Housewife, Broxtowe, Nottingham NG8 6GR.

Strelley village is a designated conservation area - see https://www.broxtowe.gov.uk/for-you/planning-building/conservation-areas/