Facilities and features


Entrance via the West door from the outside of the building.

Via the South door of the church

Hearing (induction) Loop


Gluten Free Refreshments are usually available

Our Building

Each day from about 9am to 6pm

Grade I listed.

We are proud to have a Bronze Certificate

Music and Worship

The church has excellent acoustics and fund raising concerts are occasionally held.

A single-manual instrument with six speaking stops, has a beautiful tone and is of interest because it is a changer-organ built by Flight & Son London about 1825. The whole of its woodwork is mahogany, including the wooden pipes.

Groups, Courses and Activities

Churchyard Teas the first Saturday of May, June, July, August, September at 3pm

Help for Visitors

Guide book packed with information about All Saints.
Post cards
Tea Towels

Each day from about 9am to 6pm

Other Features

We use Fairtrade products

The churchyard and surrounding countryside is a Conservation area