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Stainfield, St Andrew

Stainfield, St Andrew

Simply Stainfield St Andrew’s, a recently re-decorated Queen Anne church on the site of the unique Benedictine Nunnery, the only...

Southrey, St John the Divine

Southrey, St John the Divine

Temporary structure built in 1898.  St John the Divine is constructed of wood and welcomes all.  It has a beautiful...

Snelland, All Saints

Snelland, All Saints

This beautiful, atmospheric church dates back to the 12th century.  It contains beautiful carved stone medieval faces and a rare...

Scamblesby with Cawkwell, St Martin

Scamblesby with Cawkwell, St Martin

Very ancient pew ends depicting a ‘Green Man’ and two with seraphs.  Thought to be monastical.  Originally from Cawkwell church...

Roughton, St Margaret

Roughton, St Margaret

Grade II* listed church dating from the 12th century.  Norman to early 17th century, featuring greenstone, limestone and red brick....

Rand, St Oswald

Rand, St Oswald

St Oswald’s is surrounded by a deserted medieval village site.  Inside is a surprising number of notable monuments, both in...

Langton by Wragby, St Giles

Langton by Wragby, St Giles

Langton by Wragby is famous as the birthplace of Stephen Langton who was Archbishop of Canterbury and the principle architect...

Kirkstead, St Leonard

Kirkstead, St Leonard

This tiny chapel is thought to have been built as a chantry chapel in memory of Robert de Tattershall (the...

Kirkby on Bain, St Mary

Kirkby on Bain, St Mary

Highlights include William Morris War Memorial Window and Coat of Arms above the door. Information leaflet available.   Postcode: LN10...

Horncastle, St Mary

Horncastle, St Mary

Standing in the market place, this is believed to be the third church built on the site. Completed in c1160,...