Hastings All Saints church is one of two surviving mediaeval parish churches in the old town, the other being St Clement's Church. Both were sacked and burned by the French in 1377, and All Saints was only rebuilt gradually. In a will of 1436 it is still called the "new" church.
The arcades, windows and chancel arch are typical of the date and there is a painting over the chancel arch which is contemporary, It depicts Christ in judgement, seated on a rainbow.
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