All Saints' Church
All Saints' Church
All Saints is a building of great antiquity and heritage and a Grade 1 listed building located at the heart of Winterton's Conservation Area.
The fabric dates from the 11th century with substantial sections from the 12th, 13th and 14th centuries. Close to the south porch is a Grade II medieval churchyard cross shaft.
The church is home to a heritage display that explores the town's fascinating history, including the discovery of the ruins of a large Roman villa complete with mosaic floors and other important finds that illustrate the area's long history of human settlement.
All Saints is a particularly rich heritage resource in its own right. It is a repository of the social history of the ancient Anglo-Saxon and medieval settlement of Winterton. This, with its archives and artefacts, makes it the natural focus for telling the story of Winterton's heritage.
Sacred space, Heritage site
Always open for visitors, with welcome staff, from 2-4pm on Wednesdays. At other times by phoning 01724 734285
Medieval parish church with uneven floors. Access for wheelchairs limited.
Heritage Open Days 2014: All Saints' Church
- 11 — 14 September 2014
Guided viewings and talks on the 14 Burnes Jones windows and Baldwin connections. (The Church was provided by Stanley Baldwin's father.) Tours ad hoc, as needed. In addition to our traditional open activities we will be holding two extra events.
On Saturday 13th September there will be a concert by the Wilden Community Choir with a WWI theme. The audience will be invited to join in with singing some favourite songs from this era.
On Sunday 14th September between 12 noon and 4 pm, we will be welcoming geocachers among our visitors and inviting everyone to learn about this activity and search for nearby caches.
Our new book on the Burne-Jones windows will be available whenever we are open.
Please refer to the Heritage Open Days website for booking details and timings.