Visitors to Cambridge never seem to get tired of the many historically important and architecturally thrilling attractions that the city has to offer. However, the time will probably come when such visitors will think they’ve seen everything… and they’ll be wrong! For those willing to travel just a few short miles out of town to the tiny picturesque village of Little Shelford, they’ll find the All Saints Church awaiting them there.
The church is a magnificent example of medieval architecture and is one of the few ancient buildings in this area of the country that are still intact in the original forms. With very little in the way of modern restorations and additions, the All Saints Church has been lovingly preserved by the parishioners who continue to worship there to this day, making the site a real treat for the visitor who wants a first hand view of the city’s ancient history.
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