Church Lane, N17 7AA
Near Haringey's Moselle River.
The Medieval All Hallows Church is Haringey's oldest building - dating back to Norman times. Originally built as All Saints Church in the 12th century it was later changed to All Hallows in the 15th century.
It is said to have been given to Tottenham by King David I of Scotland.
In 1802 it was presented with a bell from the Quebec Garrison - taken from the French during the 1759 Battle of Quebec.
Adjacent is Tottenham Cemetery, which opened in 1858.
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