All Saints' Church, Bristol

All Saints' Church, Bristol
All Saints Church
General information
Town or city Bristol
Country England
Coordinates 51°27′14″N 2°35′42″W / 51.454019°N 2.595049°W / 51.454019; -2.595049
Completed 12th century

All Saints is a church in Corn Street, Bristol, England.

The west end of the nave survives from the original 12th century church, and the east nave and aisles were built in the 15th century. The north-east tower was added in 1716 by William Paul[disambiguation needed ], and completed by George Townesend. The lantern was rebuilt by Luke Henwood in 1807, and the chancel rebuilt in the mid 19th century.

The church is surrounded on three sides by pedestrian passageways and built into surrounding buildings. Over the south nave is a priests room and over the north a Georgian coffee room. The most notable monument is to Edward Colston designed by James Gibbs and carved by John Michael Rysbrack.[1]

It is currently (2008) used as a Diocesan Education Centre.[2]

It has been designated by English Heritage as a grade II* listed building.[3]

See also


  1. ^ Burrough, THB (1970). Bristol. London: Studio Vista. ISBN 0289798043. 
  2. ^ "Diocesian Education Centre Website". Retrieved 19 December 2010. 
  3. ^ "Church of All Saints". Images of England. Retrieved 2007-03-16. 

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