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All Saints Church

 

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  • Although a place of worship stood on the site when the Domesday Book was compiled, All Saints was built in two major periods mostly through the early 13th century, and then later 15th century.
  • The oldest part of the church, the north-eastern corner dates from the 12th century, and from here the body of the church, namely the nave, was rebuilt in Early English style during the first major construction period.
  • The tower and spire were added in the 15th century and feature a Perpendicular Gothic style. This expensive work was funded by the Browne family, a group of wealthy merchants from Stamford who are the only people to be buried inside the church.

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Reference Data

Reference No.
6523
First Uploaded
24-03-2011
Last Editorial Date
24-03-2011
 

Building Location

Address
All Saints Place, Stamford. PE9
Council
South Kesteven District Council
County
Lincolnshire
Region
East Midlands
Country
United Kingdom

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Building Specification

Status
Complete
Construction start date
1150
Completion date
1450
Style
Gothic

Pinnacle Height (AGL)
46.30
Pinnacle Type
Spire

Market Data

Primary Use
Place of Worship


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