All Saints' Church, North Street
|The Parish Church of All Saints North Street is on the western side of North street, a few metres south of the junction with Tanner Row. The first mention of the church is in 1089. An aisle was added in the twelfth century, and the church grew in stages over the subsequent century. It was almost entirely rebuilt, and expanded, between 1394-1470, which is when the tower was added. The church suffered during the Reformation, losing many altars and much ornamentation. [The History Files]|
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All Saints' Church is located at OS Grid Ref. SE6005151759
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