All Saints Church, Dingley

On the first and third Sundays we join our friends at St Mary's, Brampton Ash, just up the road.  When there is a fifth Sunday all four churches in our church family join together for a united service.

All Saints Dingley serves a beautiful parish of about 100 households.  If you walk past a group of thatched cottages, along Church Lane, through an old wooden door in the wall, and follow the path you'll find us. The building is set on a ridge overlooking the Welland Valley.

Dingley Hall is close by, mainly constructed during the 17th century, on the site of a former Norman building of the Knights Hospitaller. It was once the home the famous World War I Admiral Lord Beatty.

Our church building is mostly 15th century, but there are Norman arcades on the south side of the chancel and the nave.  However, the faith we share and the God we follow is even older and even more beautiful.  He 'is making all things new' as we journey with Him today.

More details about Dingley village can be found at www.dingleyvillage.co.uk

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