ALL SAINTS SECKINGTON

All Saints is one of five churches within the Parish of All Souls, North Warwickshire. Nestled in the heart of the village of Seckington, it is surrounded by three farms and twenty two homes and is also set in the shadow of the ancient motte and bailey which is situated in the field behind the churchyard.

Much of the sandstone building is from the 12th century and features a very fine late Victorian east window and a Tudor alabaster monument to the Burdett family.

We are delighted to welcome you to our beautiful, ancient building. The Church is usually open on Saturdays throughout the year between 10.00 am and 5.00pm.  Details of our monthly services can also be found on this website.

We hope that you will enjoy your visit and spend a little time in prayer as thousands of people have done over the last millennium.

You may be interested to know that the church roof was replaced during 2013 at a cost of some £75,000. We are most grateful to English Heritage for their generous support of this work (as well as The Historic Churches Trust, the Parish Council and the tireless work of our dedicated band of fundraisers.)

Contacts:

Anne at Hillview, Church Lane ( Churchwarden)

Annabel at Old Hall Farm ( Treasurer)

Glynn and Carolyn at Spring Cottage ( Keyholders)

CHURCHWARDEN

Anne Bufton-McCoy
 

I am proud to have been churchwarden for our little church for some years now and I enjoy fundraising and showing people around our village. I act as Chair for the Parish Church Council and also chair the Buildings committee which is responsible for the five church buildings across the parish of All Souls. 

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I am a former headteacher and enjoy doing a range of voluntary work in my retirement. As well as a genuine interest in our local schools I am a member of Newton Regis W.I and am on the Board of Trustees for Warwickshire WI. 

Please click on 'All Souls Parish Safeguarding policy' in the footer below to access the policy documents

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