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Exploring old churches and graveyards is a big hobby of mine, so when my husband and I visited Bakewell it was the first place I wanted to go. This church is stunning, the most beautiful church with pretty views over the town. There is lots...More
Wonderful country church illustrating a thousand years of Christianity.
Vestiges of Saxon crosses in the churchyard.
Remains of very early Christian life and death in Bakewell.
Great contrast between the older parts of the building and the newer Newark, complimenting not competing.
Fabulous view over...More
Situated about 5 minutes walk from the centre of Bakewell this is a must see as it is free (charitable donation) and is a beautiful little church with great history dating back almost 1000 years with headstones resting inside from that period. There is also...More
Its steeple is iconic and like a siren calling you up the slope to be met with gob smacking awe for a small town to possess this grand monument.
The eclectic mix of Norman, Neo Gothic and Fortress features will remind you this a work...More
A wonderful building over looking Bakewell. Full of interesting cravings, features and structures. There is a public footpath leading to fields further up the hill.
There's some good views of the town from here and the church grounds have some intriguing lanes and paths around...More
The church is easily spotted, as it is on a small hill. It is surrounded by a graveyard, and in the graveyard stands a Saxon cross (without the top part) which on one side has pagan symbols, and on the other Christian symbols, probably chosen...More
My family has visited All Saints Church many times every time we have visited Bakewell.
We love to visit the church and learn all the history which there is a lot. It is very interesting.
The church is absolutely beautiful. This is a great place...More