All Saints’ Church, Cambridge built in the 1860s was designed by the famous nineteenth-century architect G.F. Bodley. The building is a triumph of Victorian art, the simple wooden door opens into a dramatic blast of colour and pattern where light gleams through stained-glass windows, designed by leading Arts and Crafts artists, including William Morris, Edward Burne-Jones and Ford Madox Brown.
Today the church is cared for by The Churches Conservation Trust, a leading national charity protecting historic churches at risk. The building hosts to all types of events from champing and dinners to large conferences and meetings.
All Saints’ Church works in partnership with Westcott House for your catering requirements and will happily welcome other suppliers of your choice.
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|Max Diners||Room Height||Room Width||Room Length|
|The Choir Area||40||-||-||-||View Media|
|The Nave and chancel||100||-||-||-||View Media|
|Theatre Layout||Classroom layout||U-Shape Layout||Boardroom Layout||Cabaret Layout|
|The Nave and chancel||200||-||-||-||-||View Media|
|The Vestry Room||20||-||-||-||-||View Media|
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