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Donations & Fundraising

How to help us

Guide and History of All Saints

The Trust has published a second edition of its guide and history of All Saints.

It takes the form of a journey around the building, outside and inside, with panels adding historical information.  

Lavishly illustrated in colour, it is a great introduction to our remarkable building.

It costs just £2 and is available in the church or from the Trust (please add £1.50 for p+p).

May Day stall in Church Square

A wonderful selection of donated unwanted presents will be on sale. A raffle too!

This is dependent on plans by Rotary LB who organise the May Fayre.


May Day Fayre 2023 - Trustees & Supporters


Donate your Unwanted Presents

Every year we appeal for unwanted Christmas and other gifts that can be recycled on our stalls.

We will be back again at the May Day Fayre in 2024 in our usual place in front of the war memorial. We welcome your donations so that they can help us to raise much needed funds.

Gifts can be deposited at Dillamore’s Furnishers in the High Street in Leighton Buzzard. PLEASE in their original wrapping or packaging.

Further ways to help

Make a donation in memory of a loved one: What better way to preserve a memory than to put it into our parish church, which has outlived and will outlive all of the buildings in the town? Cheques should be made payable to All Saints Preservation Trust. Donations are recorded in memoriam.

Make provision for All Saints Leighton Buzzard Preservation Trust in your will: recent legacies have been an important ingredient enabling work on the church to go on. A legacy to a registered charity is extremely tax efficient for the legator’s estate. We are so grateful to those who have helped us through this giving. Their names will be recorded and it is clear for all to see how the money has been used. The Trust can only use money for the repair and restoration of All Saints and its churchyard.

Organise an event to benefit the Trust: Perhaps through your local club or group, or with your neighbours.

To find out more about the charity, see