All Saints


All Saints church in Herodsfoot was built in the 1860s to serve the rapidly growing mining village. Today, the church is the only public building in the village. It is well used for festivals, Pilates, pop up nights, and games, but use of the building is limited by poor heating and the lack of toilet facilities. The National Churches Trust’s Project Development Grant will enable All Saints church to carry out architect and surveyor assessments to begin the process of adapting the church for wider community use.

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