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All Saints’ Church is a fascinating piece of architecture commisioned by Miss Louisa Ann Ryland 1862/1864 and designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, an eminent Victorian architect. Memorable features include marble columns with carved capitals by Farmer of London, stained glass windows by Clayton and Bell and a tabletomb designed by Augustus Pugin.

Located adjacent to Sherbourne Park, the church is perfectly convenient for a romantic stroll past the lake and through the garden to the reception venue which can be located in a marquee on the front lawn or, for a smaller more intimate setting in Sherbourne Park.

Rev David Jessett (Priest-in-charge)
01926 624238

www.sherbourne.org.uk

Church
A picturesque setting