This small medieval and Georgian church is almost on the spot that claims to be the centre of Lincolnshire and has a 13th century cross base within the churchyard that depicts this point.
More than 30 cast iron memorials are set into the floor of this medieval church.
The church sits on a commanding hill and is visible from a considerable distance.
For over 1000 years people have been gathering in this holy place, visit Wakefield Cathedral to embark on a voyage of historical and spiritual discovery!
The chapel was built in the mid 14th century when the stone bridge replaced a wooden one, although the upper part, including the west front, was rebuilt in 1847-8.
Christian witness may have taken place on this site since Roman times and the first church was built soon after 971 AD and dedicated to the memory of Swithin, Bishop of Winchester from 852 to 862, the foundations of this Saxon church lie beneath the floor of the crypt.
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This lovely church, has been a place where worship has been offered to God for over 1000 years, with the original Norman church constructed during the reign of Henry I (d 1135).
The old church of All Saints has become a place of pilgrimage and is popular for ramblers, hence the adopted name of The Ramblers Church.
A local custom here is that the church gates are closed and tied with twine whilst a couple are being married in the church and untied after the groom has lifted his bride over the gates; this symbolising the beginning of a happy life together.