Parish Church of All Saints

Known locally as the Cathedral of the Wolds, All Saints is an important Grade I listed building, dating mainly between 1200 and 1450. All Saints Church with its 30-metre high tower is an unmissbale feature at the heart of the town – and very handy for all the shops in the market place and surrounding town.

Features to look for inside the building include the 15th century Flemish alter-piece, the medieval cross-head found buried in the churchyard and the fascinating carvings under the tower and around the columns.

And if you need to know the time, just look up for the big blue clock faces on the church tower, visible from most aspects of the town.