An article taken from a Cambridge paper in 1891 concerning the reconstruction, renovation and re-dedication of All Saints Church, Great Chesterford. The drawing of the Church is from a sketch by their own artist. After the fall and rebuilding of the Church tower in 1790, and the disastrous restoration of the Church in 1842 by Lord Charles Hervey, the final restoration took place in 1891 by the Rev Randolph at a cost of £3000. It was undertaken by Rattee & Kent, Cambridge and the architects were Bloomfield & Sons. This article describes in detail the restoration and total renovation of the Church and the Service of Re-Dedication.

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Tags: All Saints, Church, Hervey, Randolph