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All Saints Church (Blaby)

All Saints is the parish church of the Leicestershire village of Blaby on the outskirts of Leicester.

It is situated in Church Street, in the older part of the village, and not immediately apparent from Johns Court and the rest of the modern shopping centre.

All Saints dates back to about 1300, when the chancel was built, containing sedilia and piscina.

The sturdy West tower was built in the prependicular style, using the local Enderby granite, and is surmounted by a parapet spire.

There is a handsome West gallery, constructed in 1740 by Thomas Exon.

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