Westward travellers along the A272 know they are approaching Tillington as soon as they see the Scots Crown of All Hallows, high above the walls of Petworth Park.  This graceful feature is just one reason why the church is much loved throughout the region and visited by so many people each year.

It is an artist's and photographer's delight, with the tower, mellow local stone, clay/stone tiled roof and magnificent views to the South Downs, all offering prize-winning opportunities, whatever the season.

Regular worshippers, however, will tell you that they love All Hallows for the ever-present spiritual warmth  and peace found with the church.
 
A guide to All Hallows' Church is available for sale (£1.00) in the church. It is intended to be read as the visitor tours the church and explains a little of it's history.  The guide can be seen by clicking below
A illustrated guide to our stained glass windows is also available for sale (£2.00).   The guide can be viewed by clicking below
 
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All Hallows' Church seen
from the A272
approaching a sharp left bend
on the western edge of the Parish
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All Hallows' Church
Westward travellers along the A272 know they are approaching Tillington as soon as they see the Scots Crown of All Hallows, high above the walls of Petworth Park.  This graceful feature is just one reason why the church is much loved throughout the region and visited by so many people each year.

It is an artist's and photographer's delight, with the tower, mellow local stone, clay/stone tiled roof and magnificent views to the South Downs, all offering prize-winning opportunities, whatever the season.

Regular worshippers, however, will tell you that they love All Hallows for the ever-present spiritual warmth  and peace found with the church.
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