Photograph of All Saints' Church, Deighton, Yorkshire
All Saints' Church, Deighton
|All Saints Northallerton, Deighton, stands on the eastern side of Deighton Lane, immediately south of the western turning. The church is mostly modern, built in stone, perhaps in 1715, to judge by an inscription above the exterior of the porch. It consists of a long chancel, a nave, north vestry, south porch, and west bell cote with two bells. In the north wall of the chancel is an old two-light square-mullioned window of the domestic type. A sundial bears the date 1722. [The History Files]
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