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All Saints, Mill Lane

All Saints, Mill Lane, Standon, Staffordshire ST21 6RN View on map

Grade I listed for its architectural interest, early Norman church noted in Doomsday book on site of earlier church. 14th century west tower and chancel by Sir George Gilbert Scott who restored the church in 1846-7. 12th century font and incised slabs to Francis Ross d.1500 and Nicholas Hyde d.1526. Fine alabaster tablet in vestry to Sir Thomas Salt d.1904.

Contact

  • Grant Recipient: All Saints Standon PCC
  • Contact for access: Mrs Anne Lovewell
  • 01782 791641

Opening Arrangements

All year: daily 7am - 6pm.

Directions

5 miles north of Eccleshaw, one mile west of Cotesheath on the A519. Rail: Stoke o Trent (8 miles). Bus: No 190 (Hanley to Cranberry).

Parking Spaces

20

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Yes
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes

WC

Yes