THE present village All Saint’s Church, classified grade two structure was funded largely by Charles Turner MP and designed by church architect John Loughborough Pearson.
The church was completed after three years work in 1848 built in Early Decorated Gothic style stone and a western tower surmounted by a distinctive, octagonal spire.
An excellent marble monument to Colonel Luke Lillingston is next to the Altar. The stained glass of the East window consisting of five lights, above the altar in memory of Ralph Turner, Esq. who died in 1823. The Turner family vault is in the Churchyard west of the main porch and north of the tower.
All Saints’ Church will be open for visitors the Church Organist playing music intermittently.
Come and visit our bells and watch the bellringers in action. Our six bells date from the 14th to the 19th Century with one of the oldest bells in East Yorkshire, dating from around 1371, Please note, uneven steps make this visit unsuitable for small children and no under 7s will be admitted to the ringing chamber.
Children will enjoy looking for the three carved church mice by Robert Thompson the famous Mouseman of Kilburn.
PUBLIC ADMISSION IS FREE TO ALL VENUES
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