All Saints Church Hastings - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
Virtual tour showing the outside of All Saints Church in Hastings. Panorama taken in April 2011 for a virtual tour of the tourist attractions in Hastings.
All Saints Church Hastings - FURTHER INFORMATION
All Saints Church Hastings - Hastings visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'All Saints Church Hastings' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from East Sussex.
All Saints Church in Hastings is one of two Medieval churches still standing and in use in the town. Located on the east side of the Old Town, at the foot of East Hill and Hastings Country Park, the church has a square bell tower. This Grade I listed church was built between 1417 and 1430 by Richard Mechynge on the site of an earlier church that was destroyed by the French in the 14th century.
Inside All Saints Church are a fine painting of the Last Judgement, the Doom. Painted over the chancel arch it was rediscovered in 1870. Also inside is a Father Willis organ built in 1878 which is in excellent condition and remains tonally unaltered since its construction.
All Saints is an active church with an Anglo-Catholic feel.
All Saints Church
All Saints Crescent