A brief history
about All Saints' Church and King Charles II. You can also
read about the Consistory Court.
Past vicars, John Bales and a short piece about the Northamptonshire
Pastoral poet, John Clare.
All Saints' saw the installation of the Reverend David
McConkey in April of 2012.
2009, after nearly 20 years at All Saints, the Reverend Simon
Godfrey moved to Malta.
explanation of our connection to early settlers of Virginia
and New England.
A brief history
about the church bells and their current Company of Bell Ringers.
The history of
Thomas Dawes and his dial clock.
about the Walker & Sons Ltd. Gallery Organ.
about the Hill & Son and Norman & Beard Chancel Organ.
about the J. W. Walker & Sons Ltd. Chapel Organ.
small one manual and pedal “Positif Minor” was installed by J.
W. Walker & Sons Ltd. alongside their
Organs in 1982 for smaller services in the Memorial Chapel.
It is also connected to an independent video feed which
enables us to use it as a vibrant continuo organ for
orchestral performances of Classical Masses.
It was most recently used this way for a liturgical
performance of Haydn’s Nelson Mass on Whitsunday 2009.
The Chapel Organ is driven by electric action and has a total
of 182 pipes. The organ's technical details are listed below.
Director of Music,
Recruitment to the Choir,
Lunchtime Live 2014,
Lunchtime Live 2013,
Lunchtime Live 2012,
Lunchtime Live 2011,
Lunchtime Live 2010
Lunchtime Live 2009,
Lunchtime Live 2008,
Lunchtime Live 2007,
Back to Bach Recitals,
Friends of All Saints' Music (FOASM)
People of All Saints,
The Reverend Simon Godfrey,
of Ten Bells,
Thomas Dawes Dial Clock,
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