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All Saints’ Church, Thrumpton
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All Saints’ Church, Thrumpton
52°52′32.46″N 1°14′39.43″W / 52.8756833°N 1.2442861°W / 52.8756833; -1.2442861
Location Thrumpton
Country England
Denomination Church of England
Churchmanship Low Church / Evangelical
Dedication All Saints
Heritage designation Grade II* listed
Parish Thrumpton
Deanery West Bingham
Archdeaconry Nottingham
Diocese Southwell and Nottingham
Province York

All Saints’ Church, Thrumpton is a Grade II* listed parish church in the Church of England in Thrumpton, Nottinghamshire. A stone font in the churchyard is Grade II listed.

It is part of an informal grouping of five churches that are known collectively as "The 453 Churches" as they straddle the A453. The other churches in the group are:


The church dates from the 13th century and was restored in 1871 by George Edmund Street.

In 1870 the chancel was rebuilt and the nave restored by architect G E Street.

The tower was repaired and restored in 2004.


As Thrumpton was a chapelry of Ratcliffe until the 16th Century it is probable that it was administered by a curate. A change took place in the 17th century following the fall of the Powdrells and later the Pigotts moved to appoint a preacher. From 1950 Thrumpton ceased to have its own priest the living being shared with Barton and later Gotham.

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