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What a fascinating church to visit.

I suppose the first thing to say about All Saints Church in Rudston is that it is rather unique, as... read more

Reviewed 23 April 2018
johnhouston2
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Knaresborough, United Kingdom
Unexpected Find

We set off to visit the All Saints Church in Rudston and not only found a lovely historic church to... read more

Reviewed 13 February 2018
2014Jandy
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Nottingham, United Kingdom
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| North Aisle of All Saints Church, Rudston, Driffield, England
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Reviewed 4 June 2015

All Saints Church in Rudston is next door to one of the biggest single standing stonesin the UK, and is also centred on a series of prehistoric monuments which are as important as Stonehenge. Now there is a centre- in the church that explains all...More

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Reviewed 23 April 2018

I suppose the first thing to say about All Saints Church in Rudston is that it is rather unique, as it stands a mere 12 feet from the tallest and one of the oldest standing stones in Britain (see separate review). The original church was...More

Thank johnhouston2
Reviewed 13 February 2018

We set off to visit the All Saints Church in Rudston and not only found a lovely historic church to visit but within was a heritage centre. This was really interesting and had details of other points of interest. Really liked the map that showed...More

Thank 2014Jandy
Reviewed 24 October 2017

Nice church but, only spent time in the churchyard, as our reason for visiting was to see the monolith. Very pleased to have visited.

Thank delarever
Reviewed 7 September 2017

This is a nice little stopping off point on the way to the east coast, there is an interesting display in the church about the history and archeaology of the surrounding landscape and interactive 3d display model

Thank Ruth H
Reviewed 22 March 2017

Rudston is a lovely church to visit, and the history of the monolith in the church yard is very interesting. The Village itself is worth a look. The one pub serves A+++++ meals.

2  Thank Michael L
Reviewed 20 March 2017 via mobile

Wonderful, atmospheric old church with beautiful stained glass- with a fascinating exhibition of local history thrown in! Add the ancient monolith in the well-kept graveyard and you have a feast for the amateur historian- well worth the trek!

Thank johnaR5540PN
Reviewed 21 February 2017

Built in the 11th century, All Saints Church has served one of the oldest villages in England for nearly 1000 years. The monolith in the churchyard is the tallest standing stone in the British Isles, and it is said that it has stood there for...More

Thank Martin F
Reviewed 1 November 2016 via mobile

The village is a very historically place, without a doubt a place to visit. The monolith and church are real history.

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Reviewed 8 July 2016

I class this as one of the great finds of things to do in northern England. The heritage centre itself isn't much to talk of - only a few boards and a nice model of the surrounding countryside describing the Gypsey Race, an intermittent waterway...More

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Reviewed 3 April 2016

This church (which in itself is interesting) and an ancient monolith which is over 5,000 years old and which radiates history in its very being. Situated next to the church, the blending of belief from Pagan to Christian is almost palpable. Well worth visiting whatever...More

Thank badwolfbabe
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