RC Church of All Saints, Hassop
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The building was built in 1816/1818 and designed in the Classical Revival Style. Originally a private chapel for the Eyre family of Hassop Hall, it is Grade 1 Listed: in fact, it is the only such church in the whole of the Diocese.

The church has an impressive Etruscan pillared portico, Grecian side windows, and Tuscan pilasters at the rear. However, the severe simplicity of the exterior belies the ornate decoration within. The coved and coffered ceiling resembles a barrel. The beautifully ornate altar is believed to be of French origin. In the gallery, the chamber organ by H. C. Lincoln dates from the 1820s.


All Saints RC Church (postcode DE45 1NS) is located in Hassop, a small village located two miles from Bakewell. From Bakewell bridge, take the A619 road to Baslow. After passing Newholme Hospital on your right you will shortly come to a junction on your left. Take this road, the B6001, to Hathersage. Go straight on at the roundabout, and you should reach the village of Hassop after a mile. You will approach the south façade of All Saints as the road bends to the right. Click here for a map.
RC Church of English Martyrs, Bakewell

The building was built in 1890, in lancet Gothic style.


English Martyrs RC Church (postcode DE45 1DA) is situated in Bakewell, the famous Peak District market town. The church is on the A6 road to Buxton, a stone's throw (!) from Bath Gardens. Click here for a map.
NB. English Martyrs is now closed for worship: see here for details.
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