Kirk Hallam, Derbyshire – All Saints

Up on the borders of Ilkeston – part of Derbyshire that the tourists don’t visit. All Saints, Kirk Hallam is at SK458405, and next to the Vicarage. I should have called there for the key. The parish has a Grade I listed church, and has a website. The church is Norman in origin, but now mainly C14 and 15. The font is Norman, and the church was restored in 1859 by G.E. Street. Pevsner says there is good stained glass and some stylish monuments inside. That was the end of our tour, so we went on to The Bridge in Duffield for lunch.





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