The Church of All Saints is all that remains of the medieval village of Kedleston. Dating back to the 12th century, the church is built of sandstone. Having lived at Kedleston for over 700 years, the Curzon family had some of their stunning memorials in the church designed by famous designers including Robert Adam.
The south doorway (above right) features beak heads, tympanum and arched zigzag
Fine oak box pews in the chancel (above left) date to the 18th century
Richard De Curzon and his wife lie beneath a quatrefoil sunk into the floor. The Church of All Saints is Grade I listed.