All Hallows, Walkington
Walkington is a village and civil parish in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England. It is situated close to the ancient market town of Beverley and the City of Kingston-upon-Hull.
The village is blessed with a successful, happy and harmonious primary school, that provides a caring and supportive environment in which pupils achieve well. A recent Ofsted report highlighted that the school ‘is at the heart of the community’. Whilst it is not a church school, links with the school are strong with regular involvement in assemblies and with school services held in the church two or three times a year.
All Hallows Church is Grade II* listed building, originating from the 15th century and is located at the heart of the village. The south doorway and transept arches are believed to date from around 1200, whilst major rebuilding work was completed in 1818-1819 retaining the mediaeval perpendicular windows and tower.
The active congregation supports a well attended Sunday morning service, a midweek Holy Communion service , All Age, h and Evening Worship services. There are also a number of regular weekday activities. The church is open during the daytime as a place of quiet for those who need space for personal reflection or prayer.
The Church also has a thriving team of bell ringers who ring before each Sunday service, led by Neville Pailing. (CURRENTLY ON HOLD)
Welcome to the Four Towers Benefice which consists of the village churches of All Hallows Walkington, All Saints Bishop Burton, St. Peter’s Rowley (serving the village of Little Weighton) and St. Michael’s Skidby. We are situated in the Beverley deanery, just north-west of Hull and in the Diocese of York…
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Activities & Events
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