All Hallows Church , Harthill was built in the 11th century by William de Warrenne with additions in the 14th century. The North chapel and its crypt accommodates the tomb of the 1st Duke of Leeds and his descendants. Extensive restoration work was performed to the Chancel in the 19th century.
The church has some wonderful ancient pillars and arches from Norman times, and finely carved Italian woodwork. Some of the beautiful 19th century stained glass windows have recently been attributed to the Italian craftsman, Ulisse de Matteis. There are very few examples of his work in this country. The East window is by Kempe.
Sunday Services are at 10.45am
please note: Activities for school age children and the coffee morning on Friday mornings have been suspended during the pandemic.
The Old Schoolroom is available to rent by organisations and individuals and can be booked via the church website www.allhallowsharthill.org.
Concerts and other parish events are held in the church.