We came across ' All Saints ' on a rainy day from the side and initially thought it might be a town hall or other civic building with its large impressive classical portico and tower. On entering you are unexpectedly transported into a beautifully restored and maintained interior contrasting austere dark wooden box pews and balcony cramped together, with a light baroque style dome and ceiling. A visible reminder of life and the heaven that the congregation aspired too. The dark wood fixtures and panels are picked out in gold adding a richness and warmth to the interior. There are many fine features within the church including a gold sun burst clock. Protestant abstinence in high church clothing. Square in shape the church is cosy and inclusive. Along the walls are some fascinating memorial plaques, including the names of soldiers who have died in far flung outposts in forgotten wars and from tropical disease. Outside in the portico is a warm welcoming cafe.
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