Friday, 14 January 2022

Churches (127) : All Saints, Stamford

The parish church of All Saints in Stamford, Lincolnshire has existed since before the Domesday Book though no parts of the church remain from this time. Most of the current church dates from the 13th century with some remains from the previous century including part of the nave.

The church had a number of additions in the 15th century, including the steeple and clerestory. The church was restored in the mid-19th century. The church is made from coursed limestone and rubble.