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Brief description of site

All Saints' Churchyard surrounds the church, and is now closed to burials. There are a number of historically significant tombs in the churchyard, which is well planted with trees, and has yews along the path to the north porch.

Brief history of site

All Saints is a large and prominently positioned church at the foot of Angel Hill, which forms a landmark in this area. The parish of Benhilton was created in 1863 to serve the growing population of Sutton. The land and a sum of money was donated by Thomas Alcock, Lord of the Manor, who was developing his land to the east for upper class housing.

Location information:

Address: All Saints Road, Benhilton, SM1 3DA

Locality: London

Local Authorities:

Greater London; Sutton

Historical County: Surrey

OS Landranger Map Sheet Number: 176 Grid Ref: TQ258652
Latitude: 51.3719 Longitude: -0.194088


Rail: Sutton Common. Bus 151, 154, 164, 280.

Visitor facilities

Opening contact details:

Opening is unrestricted.

Key information:

Form of site: burial ground

Purpose of site: burial ground

Context or principal building: churchyard

Site first created: 1863 to 1866

Main period of development: Mid 19th century

Survival: Extant

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