All Saints Church

All Saints Church, Gainsborough

All Saints Church
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Church Street, Gainsborough DN21 2JR England
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10 contributions
Beautiful building
Aug 2021
It well worth a look if your in the area but don’t make a special trip. It rather typically of its age and design . It does put a on a lovely service at Christmas and has a nice down to earth basic wholesome food cafe on site .
Written August 31, 2021
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Philip S
Barton upon Humber, England, United Kingdom215 contributions
A wonderful church
Jan 2020
Lots of character and history surrounding this church, it also has a cafe which is open daily for meals that are great value
Written January 19, 2020
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Jaybird
Chesterfield, UK3,318 contributions
Large Church
Jan 2019 • Couples
For a town that bears all the hallmarks of being almost dead the size and stature of this church gives a clue to the prosperous past if the place. Worth a look if in the area
Written January 11, 2019
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Nick W
64 contributions
Worth a look
Aug 2018 • Friends
If you are at The Old Hall it is worth taking a stroll across to the church. Not especially old but a few bits and pieces of interest and an unusual look about the place.
Written August 9, 2018
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Sondonduo
Derby, UK483 contributions
Richard Rollett
Apr 2018 • Couples
Went to see the only saved gravestone of Richard Rollett a relation. Church is very interesting. With a small coffee shop. Had a roast pork cob, sorry bap according to locals which was ok. All staff are very helpful. Well worth a visit.
Written April 13, 2018
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David_Yorkshire_9
Yorkshire UK58 contributions
Light and airy 18th century church
Feb 2018 • Couples
The bright 18th century interior is quite a surprise because you enter through an early 15th century facade. Look for the much weathered heads of Henry 5th and Richard 3rd above the entrance. Immediately inside the outer door to your right is the headstone of Captain Cook's sail maker. He settled in Gainsborough. Imagine the tales he could have told down at the local ale house!
The inside of the church is spacious with two stories, wooden box pews and a large painting of the last supper behind the altar. Near the entrance are old biards with notices about charitable donations given in the 18th century which are quite interesting (eg for coats for poor men & women, for two penny loaves, even schooling for poor boys & girls) We spent about 20 minutes having a look round.
There is a cafe, which we didn't try.
Written February 17, 2018
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edwardbear80
Manchester, UK761 contributions
Stop of if you can
Jul 2017 • Couples
we found All Saints church by accident but what a hidden gem. The outside is very different than the normal churches in style and the inside is beautiful with it.s stained glass windows, altar, and pillars that resemble something in the Roman style.
Gainsborough is not a large town but this church really stands out and I thank the lovely lady who was so helpful and friendly
Even if just passing through the town it's well worth stopping off at this wonderful, small, but interesting church.
Written July 14, 2017
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2014Jandy
Nottingham, UK6,587 contributions
Beautiful Windows
Jun 2017 • Couples
We visited the church as it is open to visitors everyday. There is a leaflet so you can walk around and look at all the points of interest or you can purchase a guide book with more information.
The church is lovely and bright inside and the glass windows are beautiful.
Well worth popping in as its close to the centre and next to the Old Hall.
There is also a coffee shop and lovely grounds with benches if the weather is good.
Written June 20, 2017
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nortonfen
Gainsborough, UK134 contributions
Beautifull and much loved building
May 2017 • Solo
Well worth a visit this church is open every day. Gorgeous very different Georgian style church with a medieval tower. Beautiful interior with a lovely copy of The Last Supper. Another interesting thing to spot is the millennium tapestry which tells the story of Gainsborough . Finish off you visit with a coffee and cake or lunch in the on site community café . Fresh coffee and scones who could resist.
Written May 23, 2017
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fssutton1
Charleston, SC746 contributions
Very different from similar area churches
May 2017 • Couples
Worth a visit if you are also at the Hall as this is about 200 yards away. If you visit churches you will find this one very different on the interior from churches in this area of the UK.
Written May 15, 2017
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