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All Saints' Church

All Saints' Church

All Saints’ stands opposite the gates of Jesus College in the heart of Cambridge, its pale stone spire a prominent city landmark …

All Saints' Church

All Saints' Church

This fascinating church is built of mellow red Tudor brick and stands in magnificent isolation with wide views to the Thames. The Tyrells of nearby Heron Hall rebuilt the Norman church in the 15th-century and were buried here for four centuries …

All Saints' Church

All Saints' Church

This Norman church, mostly rebuilt in the 14th-century has a lovely wooden porch …

All Saints' Church

All Saints' Church

This 13-century flint church, with a Tudor brick-topped tower, is hidden away up a track past one of the oldest houses in England …

All Saints' Church

All Saints' Church

All Saints stands at the end of a lane behind the moated Church Farm …

All Saints' Church

All Saints' Church

There has been a settlement at Icklingham at least since Roman times, situated as it is at an important junction of the Icknield Way, one of the most important ancient routes …

All Saints' Church

All Saints' Church

Although restored by the Victorians between 1857-1866, All Saints still contains stone carvings and a chancel arch from Norman times …

All Saints' Church

All Saints' Church

The height and length of this mainly 14th-century towerless, thatched church is reminiscent of a great barn …

All Saints' Church

All Saints' Church

All Saints’ stands on its own, across a field and down a track on the edge of Thetford Forest, whose conifers cannot hide its tall tower from the road …

All Saints' Church

All Saints' Church

This 14th-century hilltop church with its square tower stands boldly above a narrow valley south of Beccles …