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West Haddon – All Saints.

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All Saints - West Haddon South aisle and Nave. All Saints - West Haddon

The parish church of All Saints West Haddon is C12 with C14 and C17 additions. Inside the church has three bay arcades with double-chamfered arches with octagonal piers.

Angel corbel, All Saints - West Haddon Nave. All Saints - West Haddon Angel corbel, All Saints - West Haddon

The double-chamfered chancel arch was restored in the 19th century. The perpendicular nave roof retains some original timbers and has angel corbels.

East window, All Saints - West Haddon Chancel All Saints - West Haddon East window, All Saints - West Haddon

A piscina can be seen in south wall of the chancel, the east window contains C19 stained glass.

Romanesque font, All Saints - West Haddon Romanesque font, All Saints - West Haddon

Romanesque font, All Saints - West Haddon Romanesque

The C12 Romanesque square font has scenes on its sides depicting the baptism of Christ, the nativity, Christ in glory between the eagle of St. John and the angel of St. Matthew, and the entry into Jerusalem.

South aisle, All Saints - West Haddon Pugin window, All Saints - West Haddon South aisle window, All Saints - West Haddon

The south aisle east window is by Pugin, the adjacent south aisle window is C19.

South aisle window, All Saints - West Haddon North aisle window, All Saints - West Haddon North

as are the other stained glass windows in the church.

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