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All Saints' Church, Weston
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All Saints' Church, Weston
53°12′12.41″N 0°50′33.69″W / 53.2034472°N 0.8426917°W / 53.2034472; -0.8426917
Location Weston, Nottinghamshire
Country England
Denomination Church of England
Dedication All Saints'
Heritage designation Grade I listed
Bells 3 (Unringable)
Tenor bell weight 10 cwt
Parish Weston
Deanery Newark and Southwell
Archdeaconry Newark
Diocese Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham
Province York

All Saints' Church, Weston is a Grade I listed parish church in the Church of England in Weston, Nottinghamshire.


The church was built in the 13th century. It was restored in 1768 and the 19th century.

Bells The church has three change ringing bells and a sanctus bell. The three bells are unringable due to their dilapidated state. The treble is dated 1646 and was cast by George I Oldfield, the second dated 1500 and was cast by Richard Mellours & the tenor weighs 10 cwt and is dated 1888, it was cast by John Taylor & Co. It is not known who cast the sanctus bell, however it is dated 1699.

Tuxford Benefice The Tuxford Benefice is made of five churches.

  • St Nicholas, Tuxford
  • All Saints, Weston
  • All Saints, West Markham
  • St Matthew, Normanton on Trent
  • St Wilfrid, Low Marnham
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