All Saints Church, Stamford

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All Saints' Church, Stamford is a parish church in the Church of England, situated in Stamford, Lincolnshire, England.HistoryA Stamford church is mentioned in the Domesday Book. None of the original church is still in existence. There is a very small amount of 12th-century stonework, but the bulk of the church dates from the 13th century.Extensive additions were made by the Browne family in the 15th century. John Browne, Merchant of the Staple of Calais, funded the 15th-century construction. His son, William, Mayor of the Calais Staple, funded and built the steeple. Various members of the Browne family are the only people buried inside the church. William Stukeley was vicar from 1730 to 1747.OrganThe organ was built in 1916 by James Binns.Organistsc.1840 - F.R. Barratt????-1847 - Mr. Shearman1847-???? - Miss Burton????-1883 - Frank Ketcher (afterwards organist of Hawarden Parish Church)1885-1895 - Haydon Hare (afterwards organist of Great Yarmouth parish church)???? - P.J. Murrell1997-2008 - Jeffrey Beeden2008-2011 Jeremy Jepson 2011-2012 Anthony ??? 2012-2013 Michael Kee 2013-2014 Jeremy Jepson 2014- Fergus Black
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  • A beautiful old church with fantastic windows and wonderful angels on the roof beams. One way system and screens in place to ensure distancing. Definitely worth a visit.  more »
  • I've read the stories and heard the Celtic folktales of graverobbers, ghosts in search of their graves and the C√≥iste Bodhar, or Death Coach. Prominent in the Center of the town's square, her gothic.....  more »
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  • Large church in Stamford town centre with impressive tower and spire. Some interesting stained glass and a restored sundial on the outer South wall. Other interesting features. All forming a centre for an active Christian community.
  • Beautiful stained glass. Well kept. Worth a visit.

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