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All Saints, Forton

All Saints, Forton, Nr Newport, Shropshire TF10 8BY View on map

Standing on an elevated site overlooking the Aqualate estate, All Saints possesses substantial early medieval fabric with its 13th century chancel and tower. Re modelled in 1723 to a high quality of work both externally and internally with restrained plastered ceiling and fine Tuscan arcading. 17th century alabaster table tomb by Garratt Hollemans to Sir Thomas Skrymsher d.1633, builder of the original Aqualate Hall and his wife Anne d.1656.

Contact

Opening Arrangements

Open daily during daylight hours.

Directions

Forton village is on the A519 Newport to Eccleshall road. Turn east at crossroads in Forton. Rail: Telford or Stafford (12 miles). Bus: No.350 (Eccleshall to Newport).

Parking Spaces

20

On-street parking.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes

WC

No