All Saints Church, Neenton Phase 1
The All Saints Church is located on the corner of the B4364 passing through Neenton.The church was rebuilt in a neo, or a pretend, 13th Century design in 1871 by Sir Arthur Blomfield, using ancient stone and has a turret containing two bells.Its stained-glass east window, by Morris & Co., was unveiled in October 1921 as a memorial to three local men who died in World War I.
We replaced rotten timber pew floor decks, we reinstated the floors and reinstated the pews. The tiles were relayed using lime mortar. This took us 4 weeks to complete.