All Saints Boyne Hill is one of the finest examples of the early work of the architect G. E. Street and was completed in 1857. The site is also regarded by many as the premier architectural site in Maidenhead.


These pages give some historical information relating All Saints Church.
Please also click through from the right hand side panel for more 
information on specific areas, along with the links below:-.


Click here to view a 3D virtual tour of the All Saints Complex


Click here for a link to some 360 degree images of All Saints


Click here to visit the All Saints entry on the National Churches Trust, Explore Churches website


Click here for a link to The Floor Restoration project which is featured on the Ecclesiastical and Heritage World website   

(A pdf copy of the feature is available HERE)
The Historic Vision of All Saints can also be found here.

To see what what the Victorian Society wrote about our wonderful G E Street church Click Here.

(Click here to view a link to the talk "Richard Peats - The hardest working man in architecture... George Edmund Street". given at an Historic England's Parish Church Conference.)


To see images of the Church please either visit our Gallery here, or images taken by visiting photographers here.


For those interested a copy of the "self-tour" guide of the Church, as used for the Heritage Open Days, is available to be downloaded here.

The Building

The Building History of All Saints Church - a unique complex

The Spire

A Towering Problem ---- An InSpiring Solution

The Stained Glass Windows

A history and description of the magnificent Stained Glass Windows in All Saints Church, Maidenhead

The Gothic Arches

All Saints, built in 1857, is an outstanding example of a neo-gothic church. A prominent feature is the use of pointed arches. Look around the Church and you will see many examples of these - this paper gives more information.

The War Memorials

There are a surprising number of war memorials in the church, more than at first sight, as this leaflet illustrates

The Bricks used in the building of All Saints

A search for Silver & Sons - believed to be the brick makers used by Street in the building of All Saints

Extension of the Chancel

Discussion document concerning the likely extension of the Chancel from that originally designed by G E Street


An update to the state of the floor - work carried out and the status of the project to fix the floor. Restoration Completed Dec 2021