All Saints Church in Allhallows is a Grade I listed building of architectural and historic importance, with its origins dating back over a thousand years to Norman and possibly Saxon times. There have been alterations and additions during the Centuries, all using the same Kentish Ragstone, indications of which can still be seen today.

Opening Hours
Due to grants and funding the church is currently going through a transition of improvements to secure its future, so at times access may have to be restricted.

Picture Credit: © The Friends of All Saints.

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