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Owston All Saints, in Doncaster, South Yorkshire
OWSTON ALL SAINTSThis beautiful 800+ year old grade I listed church nestles in the picturesque hamlet of Owston. It brings together a small but friendly congregation and their weekly services are from Common Worship.
Don't MissDon't miss seeing the medieval glass, two monuments by Chantrey and Norman herringbone masonry.
DirectionsIt is 5 miles north of Doncaster on the A19 just north of Toll Bar, Bentley and before you reach Askern.
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FacilitiesA children's corner with activities for young children is provided.
Since 1969 there has been a Flower Festival on the second weekend in July, with local groups and individuals taking part in the flower arrangements.
OPENING TIMESThe church is open every Sunday for worship at 11am with Holy Communion on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sunday’s. Morning prayer is on the 2nd Sunday. Sung Matins is on the 4th Sunday. From April to September, the 1st Sunday of the month, the church is open for visitors to look around from 2pm to 4pm with complimentary tea and coffee.
ParkingThere is a small car park on the South side of the church and some limited street parking.
Contact DetailsStockbridge Lane, Owston, South Yorkshire, DN6 9JF, Doncaster.
Telephone: 01302 337101
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hazel Farmer from Adwick le st: I have been to all the flower festivals and they are wonderful. When will it be the next one, I don't want to miss it.