All Saints, ChedgraveDawn daily dawn to dusk.
All Saints Church perches on a rise in a pretty churchyard bordered by Scots pines. The small building is a charming mix of styles, with the Norman nave next to the red brick. The thatch-capped tower is Norman whilst the porch dates from the 1880s. Visitors are welcome to make tea and coffee in the kitchen and to use the toilet. Angels adorn the 15th century font. Of particular interest is the stained glass in the east window. It was brought from Rouen Cathedral during the French Revolution. The Church Centre may be booked for meetings.
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