We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
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.
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...More
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.
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...More
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...More
Gainsborough is a rather sad town having suffered substantial unemployment in recent years and the strain is showing. However All Saints Church will lift the spirits! The classical interior echoes some of Wren's finest interiors and is reminiscent of St. James Church in Piccadilly. A...More
I have lived in houses on either side of this old gal. I've even been lucky enough to go up on top of the tower to take photographs. The Church is put to work for the local community. The little cafe has a good reputation....More