Beighton

All Saints' Church is open daily for visitors; and is home to a small, friendly congregation with two regular services per month.

The church is a small to medium size 14C building of flint and stone dressing. The Nave roof is thatched with eyebrows over the clerestory windows and is supported by 28 original 14C single-framed scissor braced collar rafters. The West end 14C Tower was raised in 1847 with a top stage and corner figures of the Evangelists by Revd T L Fellows who also added the North aisle and vestry. There is one 6cwt bell dated 1625. Entrance is by the South porch. There is a 13C font with later oak cover. A Bishop's Cross is painted on the South wall. The Victorian pews in the nave and aisles have a great variety of poppy-head ends. In the North-west corner are two finely carved pew ends, one depicting a sow feeding 10 piglets and the other a dog. The Screen was much restored in Victorian times with a crucifixion scene on top with four attendant figures. In the Chancel there is much fine Victorian carving with six stained glass windows showing the Apostles and a fine stained-glass East window.

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All Saints Re-thatching & Improvements Project
April 2017 Newsletter & Appeal

Murder in the Cathedral
Another chance for budding thespians to have a read-through and audition for a part in TS Eliot's dramatic telling of the murder of Thomas a Becket.

Rethatching & Improvements - September update
Rethatching & Improvements - September update

Beighton - Rethatching & Improvements
Project Updates