The 12th-century All Saints Church is an Anglican church that sits within the diocese of Southwark. The church is the only Grade I listed building in Kingston, and is listed due to its historic significance and architectural beauty.
All Saints was originally commissioned by Henry I in 1120 and was laid out as a cruciform church with a central tower and a four-bay nave. The stunning exteriors are made of flint with stone dressings and feature a parapet of stone battlements.
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All Saints Church
Market PlaceSurreyKT1 1JP