All Saints Church, Cambridge

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All Saints Church, Cambridge: This fine and important church was designed by G F Bodley and built 1863-70. The spire is a prominent Cambridge landmark and its majestic interior is notable for its unity of design, colour and ornament. The painted wall and ceiling decorations and fine glass in the east window are by Morris & Co, while the north aisle features three fine windows by C E Kempe and Co together with glass by Douglas Strachan. Fittings designed by Bodley include the alabaster font, the pulpit, and the oak aisle screen.

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In Jesus Lane opposite Jesus College, 250 yd from roundabout on A1303 at S end of Victoria Avenue, Transport meters opposite church. Multi-storey car park in Park Street.

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Nearest railway station is Cambridge.

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Please note that this church will be closed from 23 March 2009 for 8 weeks for heating installation. Key available from Westcott office/Spar shop.

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Free
*Donations welcome

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Address: All Saints Church, Jesus Lane, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB5 8BS, UK.

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