Cotgrave All Saints


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See also the fittings, glass, monuments and other pages. Only a selection of these are included here.

Historical Photograph:

The interior of the church from
before the restoration of 1878

Photographs from before the Fire of 1996:

The chancel Looking into the chancel, with central altar in use Eastward view
During a Flower Festival “Fish-eye” photograph, showing most of the interior Older photograph of the sanctuary

More Recent Photographs:

The exterior of the church from the South-west The South side of the chancel, showing the priest’s door The porch at the main South entrance The old North door
The entrance to the churchyard The older part of the detached churchyard The War Memorial in the churchyard A memorial set in the external wall of the church
The face of the clock The reset eagle from the lectern (having survived the fire) The interior looking East, from the door to the ringing room. The Christus figure is visible above the chancel arch. Detail of the Christus figure
The East-end altar One of the internal monuments The War Memorial East window The Miners’ Window