Buildings of Interest

 All Saints Parish Church:

South Leverton Parish Church dedicated to All Saints

South Leverton Parish Church dedicated to All Saints

For a full history of the Parish Church please visit the Southwell and Nottingham Church History Project:  All Saints Church

 

Quaker Cottage

Quaker Cottage, painting by Percy Laws' © the copyright holder photo credit: Bassetlaw District Council

Quaker Cottage, painting by Percy Laws’
© the copyright holder
photo credit: Bassetlaw District Council

The Quaker Meeting House in Meeting House Lane was established in 1730 when it was sold to a David Jackson “…Doth bargain and sell unto the said David Jackson all that upper part of the close called ‘West Close’ in South Leverton” At one time the yard surrounding the property contained the headstones of some of those who had worshipped there.

The Priory

Located on Retford road it is made of locally quarried water stone and was built in 1166. It is believed to be part of a monastic house, with walls four feet thick in places.It has in the past been a private dwelling and was last used as a retirement home. It is currently partially residential