Dedicated to All Saints, it originates from some 20 years before Magna Carta. Built from chalkstone, known locally as ‘clunch’, the church is remarkable in having at least nine sundials carved into its walls—most have only one. The church boasts a Norman doorway and interesting early font.
The Millenium Stone: "Quam Dilecta Tabernacula Tua Domine"
Photo: Duncan Baber
For details of services and other events at the church, see the All Saints' Woolstone Diary.
The Friends of Woolstone Church help with the maintenance and restoration of the church and the churchyard.