All Saints Church

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All Saints Place, Stamford, United Kingdom
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All Saints Church - All Saints Church, Stamford
All Saints Church - All Saints Church, Stamford
All Saints Church - All Saints Church, Stamford

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All Saints Church Nov 17, 2014
All Saints is one of the oldest churches in Stamford,, predating the Norman conquest together with only three other churches in Stamford. Though this means that is it 11th centur or older, most of today's appearance date from the 15th century. Worth a notice are the sundial and the brasses of the Brownes of Stamford, wealthy merchants who founded the nerby hospital and also gave the funds for the 15th century rebuilding of the church. The latter gave the church a predominantly Perpendicular Gothic appearance, similar to neighbouring St. John's Church. The five bells are from the 18th century or older. All Saints is sometimes considered to be Stamford's main church.
All Saints Church, Stamford
All Saints Church, Stamford
All Saints Church, Stamford
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