Colin Crosby Heritage Tours

All Saints Church (Godshill)

All Saints Church is the mediaeval parish church of the picture postcard village of Godshill on the Isle of Wight. It claims to be one of the ten most visited churches in England.

The church dates back to the 14th century. It has a double nave, originally being one for the clergy and one for the laity.

There is a rare and particularly moving Lily Crucifix in the South transept chapel, dating from around 1440. It was painted over at the Reformation and discovered in the 19th century.

The church has a wealth of monuments to the Leigh and Worsley families.

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