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All Saints, Staunton, Gloucestershire


The church of All Saints, standing on an eminence and surrounded by a beautiful old churchyard, to which considerable additions have been made, is a building of stone in the Late Norman, Early English and Decorated styles, consisting of chancel, nave of five bays, south transept, aisle, porch and a central embattled tower, with pinnacles, containing a clock and 6 bells: the three chancel windows and the west windows are stained: in the south transept is an aumbry, and on the north side of the tower is a chapel retaining an ancient piscina: the rood stairs remain, and now give access to the stone pulpit, which, as well as the font, is of very early date: a list of 36 rectors of Staunton, from 1302, has been placed in the church by the Rev. C. C. Mills M.A. rector, 1904-11: a new organ was erected in 1901, at a cost of £190: the church was restored in 1872 and later, and affords 206 sittings.

Church Records

The register dates from the year 1653.

All Saints

Denomination:Church of England