All Saints' Milton Ernest Visitors

Welcome to All Saints, like many medieval Churches, All Saints was built over a considerable period. As it needed to be enlarged from time to time, so the styles contemporary with that period was used. Thus the church has examples of all the Gothic styles: Norman, Early English, Decorated and Perpendicular. 

Milton Ernest is mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086 though the name was spelt differently in those days, and has indeed changed from time to time down the centuries. The 'Ernest 'is derived from 'Erny's  the name of one-time Lord o.f the Manor.

In the back of the church you will find a visitors guide to the church with lots of information about the various features of the church.

We hope you enjoy your visit to the church and please sign the visitors book and leave a comment about your visit. We love to hear from you.

To wetten your appetite click this link to some pictures you might like!

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The upkeep of this Grade I historic building is considerable and is in part possible thanks to outside donations, including monies from English Heritage, in addition to considerable sums raised within the village, so we can keep it in good order, to be able to pass it on to future generations as they in the past have done for us.

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