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Amazing architectureGlorious green men & gargoylesMagnificent memorialsSpectacular stained glassLink with famous people

Welcome to All Hallows.

Harthill’s first church was built in 1085 of local Rotherham Red sand-stone, by William the Conqueror’s son-in-law. William de Warrene. It was enlarged in the 12th and 16th centuries, and restored in the 19th century.

Inside the church is splendid, with its wide aisles and finely carved Italian woodwork. The nave roof has some interesting bosses, including green men.

Of particular note are the arcades carrying original battle-axe carvings, the east window by Kempe, painted hatchments, memorials of the Osborne family and the tomb of the first Duke of Leeds. The church is closely linked with the Dukes of Leeds, who lived at Kiveton Hall. The crypt contains 32 coffins from the Leeds (Osborne) family.

If you know anything more about the heritage of this site and would like us to include it here please contact us.


Open at specified timesKeyholder noticeTours for groups and schoolsGenerally accessible to wheelchair usersParking at Church or nearbyAccessible by public transportToilets at site or nearby

Address: Union Street, Harthill, S26 7YG

Opening Times: Summer open 10:00am – 6:00pm. Winter open weekdays 10:00am – 4:00pm.

Contact: 01909 771369 or

Directions: M1 J31. Follow A57 to Sheffield. At roundabout turn left, then right into Wales. Follow road through and turn right on Hard Lane into Harthill.

Grid Reference: SK 494 810 GB Grid


The text has been written by volunteers from the site, more information can be found when you visit in person.


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