All Saints church, Benhilton :: Shared Description

All Saints is an Anglican parish church in the Catholic tradition.

The building was designed by S S Teulon in the Gothic Revival style and built between 1863 and 1866.

It was formerly grade 2 listed but upgraded to 2* in 2010. The reasons for this were that it is a "fine example of mid-Victorian church-building by an important architect of the Gothic Revival", unaltered externally, and for its 1960s stained glass by John Hayward.
by Stephen Craven
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TQ2565 : All Saints church, Benhilton by Stephen Craven
TQ2565 : Commonwealth War Grave, Benhilton churchyard by Stephen Craven
TQ2565 : All Saints church Benhilton - Walsingham shrine by Stephen Craven
TQ2565 : All Saints church, Benhilton: war memorial by Stephen Craven
TQ2565 : All Saints church, Benhilton: south porch by Stephen Craven
TQ2565 : All Saints church Benhilton - interior by Stephen Craven
TQ2565 : All Saints church, Benhilton: tower by Stephen Craven


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Created: Sat, 5 Mar 2011, Updated: Sat, 5 Mar 2011

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