Alderwasley, All Saints

Alderwasley, All Saints

All Saints, Alderwasley was built in 1851 as a private chapel for the Hurt family, as local land owners and to some extent industrialists.  It is the only place of worship in the village of Alderwasley and has limited facilities for refreshments.  However, it has close links with the newly refurbished village hall and promotes weddings, baptisms, etc to use the village hall for receptions and other functions.  It is in a picturesque position overlooking lakes and parkland.

The stained glass east window and a rose window in the north transept are well worth seeing.  The Brindley and Foster two manual organ is regarded by well-respected organists as being a very fine instrument.


Facilities

Visit requires prior arrangement
Toilets
Car park
Place for quiet reflection

Features

Stained Glass
Architectural Features

Higg Lane
Alderwasley
Belper
Derbyshire
DE56 2RD


Open times:

Open for services or by prior arrangement

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