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All Saints Church

All Saints Church lies within the Thrumpton Conservation Area which encompasses most of the village.


The Church is a Grade II* listed building dating from the 14th Century.

In 1870 restoration work to the church was carried out for Lucy, Lady Byron by the well known Victorian architect G E Street. The chancel was rebuilt and the nave restored but the tower remained unaltered. In 2004 the tower was subject to significant repair and restoration work.  

The parish forms part of a small cluster of 5 parishes - the 453 churches. There is one full-time stipendiary priest based in Gotham. A Licensed Lay Minister (Reader) and two Pastoral Care Coordinators also play a significant role in this rural cluster. 

To view a copy of the current edition of the parish Messenger click here. (Adobe Reader is required to view this file, this is available by free download from


At the moment services at All Saints are suspended due to Covid-19 restrictions. On-line services for the 453 Churches are held regularly. For details click the "453 Churches" link in the text above.4

In normal times the Sunday service schedule follows a regular pattern:-



  • 1st Sunday - Morning Prayer - 11:00
  • 2nd Sunday - Morning Prayer - 11:00

  • 3rd Sunday - 453 Churches Holy Communion - 9:00* & at Gotham - 11:00

  • 4th Sunday - no service

  • 5th Sunday -453 Churches Holy Communion - 9:00* & at Gotham - 11:00

* the venue rotates - see the parish Messenger

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