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General Information

We welcome everyone...

The church is open in daylight hours. There is limited off-road parking off the lane approaching the church gate. If you are fit and able, please use The White Horse pub car park at the bottom of the hill. The landlord has kindly given permission to churchgoers.

The church is accessed by a sloping path. The entrance and the nave of the church are all on one level. There are steps up to the chancel. For communion services, we are happy to bring the bread and wine to those in the pews.

All Saints is a special place, nestling as it does at the foot of White Horse Hill. Whether worshipping with us, enjoying the church’s peace and quiet, or coming to enjoy one of our concerts, we welcome all visitors.


Jeremy Moss

Michael Holmes


To learn how to donate to All Saints church, visit its fundraising page.






All Saints is a delightful small church built of local clunch on a sarsen base.

It was originally built for St. Swithun's Priory in Winchester in the early thirteenth century.

The exterior retains a Norman door on the north side. Inside there is an unusual fourteenth-century lead font, a lovely chancel arch complete with a Green Man carving and a sculpture depicting the Stations of the Cross by Woolstone sculptor, Heidi Lloyd.

In Spring, the graveyard is a mass of primroses. One wonders how many walkers from the Ridgeway have, over the centuries, stopped by this church to appreciate its peace.