Saturday 10 - 4pm, Sunday 10 - 6pm.
Monday 10 - 4pm.
During the bank holiday weekend, Burstwick All Saints will open its doors, welcoming in visitors and providing information on the church and its history.
ABOUT THIS CHURCH
The nave south transept and west tower of this church is cobble whilst the chancel, north aisle and lower part of the west face of the tower is ashlar. The nave is c13 and the south chapel c14 with an elaborate sedilia. The chancel was rebuilt in the c15 an the north aisle and north chapel added. The porch is of brick and c17. There is a rare royal arms hanging under the north arcade, the rear of which depicts the execution of Charles I painted by the vicar, John Catlyn, in 1676.