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All Saints Church, Dale, c 1986
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All Saints Church is said to be one of the smallest in England (it measures 26ft by 25ft). The core of the structure which includes the church (left) and an attached house (right) is believed to have been respectively the infirmary chapel and infirmary belonging to Dale Abbey. Prior to 1820 the house portion was a pub called the Blue Bell. Both parts were substantially renovated and rebuilt in 1880-81.
This view is looking south-west from the churchyard and is taken from a greetings card produced in memory of Pamela Lacey 'who loved the Lord and His work at Dale Abbey' and who 'went home to be with Him on the 14th October 1986'.