All Saints’ Church, Coddington, is a Grade II* listed church in the Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham.
This church building has national significance, occupying the site of an earlier building of the Saxon period.
The mid -19th Century church restoration used the services of leading lights in the Art and Craft Movement and has many interesting features including the east window by Morris & Co and some fine embroidered altar frontals by William Morris.
Appointed as church architect in January 2012, the roof coverings were in very poor condition and with some minor investigation it was clear that the mortar bed to the tiles was failing. Carl assisted the DCC with a grant application to English Heritage which was successfully granted. The grant aided repair works included the re-covering and repair of the Nave, Chancel, South Aisle and Porch roofs together with some minor stone repairs which included the rebuilding of the stone chimney.
- Parish Church of All Saints
- Coddington DCC
- English Heritage Grant Aided Roof Repairs
- Grade II*