All Saints

Crofton, Yorkshire


All Saints

The present building dates back to the early 15th century and has been altered little. It is cruciform in shape and comprises of a nave without aisles, a central bell tower, north and south transepts and a porch on the south side. 

  • Church of England

  • Preventative Maintenance Grant, £463, 2017

  • Our Preventative Maintenance Grants fund small maintenance projects to help keep churches open.

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