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All Saints Church (Rotherham)

All Saints Church is the parish church of Rotherham in Yorkshire.

It is situated beside the civic square, which is now pedestrianisd.

The building dates from the 15th century, and is on the site of an Anglo-Saxon church.

It has a central tower and a lofty crocketed spire. Under the tower is a huge fan vault dating from about 1420.

There was a restoration in the 18th century and another by George Gilbert Scott in the 1870s.

In the chancel, the sedilia have ogee arches, and the stalls boast poppyheads depicting the Three Wie Men.

The organ was built by Johann Snetzler in 1777.

The South transept now contains a coffee bar.

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