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All Saints' Church, Mackworth

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Location  Mackworth
Denomination  Church of England
Deanery  Duffield
Diocese  Diocese of Derby
Heritage designation  Listed building
Country  England
Dedication  All Saints
Archdeaconry  Derby
Parish  Mackworth, Derby
All Saints' Church, Mackworth
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All Saints’ Church, Mackworth is a Grade I listed parish church in the Church of England in Mackworth, Derbyshire.



The church dates from the 14th century. It was restored and reopened by the Bishop of Lichfield on Thursday 13 November 1851. The reredos was designed by James K Colling of London and was added in 1878. The pulpit was obtained in 1896 and is made of Derbyshire alabaster and green Irish marble. The lectern was made in 1903 by Charles Lomas of Derby.


  • Edward Mundy (d. 1607)
  • Richard French (d. 1801) by Hall of Derby
  • Organ

    The pipe organ dates from 1870 and was built by Lloyd and Dudgeon of Nottingham. A specification of the organ can be found on the National Pipe Organ Register.


    All Saints' Church, Mackworth Wikipedia

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