History & Heritage in Lincolnshire

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St Andrew’s Church, Ewerby, Lincolnshire

St Andrew’s Church, Ewerby

In the quiet and leafy village of Ewerby stands the Anglican Church of St Andrew. It is a Grade I listed building and is an example of early 14th century Decorated style with a 172 feet (52 m) spire. In the north chancel is the recumbent effigy of Sir Alexander Aunsell, the founder of the chur...

Spalding United FC, Spalding, Lincolnshire

Spalding United FC, Spalding

Formed in 1921, Spalding United FC are a non-league football club known as the Tulips. The club was established when Spalding Town (who had played in the Peterborough & District League until then) was reformed. The new club continued to play in the Peterborough & District League, which...

St Mary's & All Saints Church, South Kyme, Lincolnshire

St Mary's & All Saints Church, South Kyme

The Anglican parish church in South Kyme is dedicated to St. Mary and All Saints and dates back to the Norman era. It was during the 12th Century that Philip de Kyme, Sheriff of Lincolnshire, founded a priory in South Kyme for Augustine Canons, dedicating it to St. Mary. The historic...

St Peter & St Paul's Church, Gosberton, Lincolnshire

St Peter & St Paul's Church, Gosberton

St Peter & St Paul’s is a large and magnificent village church with lots of history. Its spire reaches nearly 200 feet above the countryside and the tower gives tremendous views of the fens. There are regular weekly services, baptisms and weddings. The hall is very smart with modern toilet...

Sleaford Town FC, Sleaford, Lincolnshire

Sleaford Town FC, Sleaford

Sleaford Town FC is a non-league football club that dates back to 1923. There have been three name changes in the club's history and seven different strips. The current team kit is green and black. The club have known success through the years and boast an impressive list of silverware inc...

Market Cross, Grantham, Lincolnshire

Market Cross, Grantham

A cross has stood in this location since 1300. Demolished twice, in 1779 and 1884, and restored each time through public pressure.

St Mary Magdalene Parish Church, Gedney, Lincolnshire

St Mary Magdalene Parish Church, Gedney

St Mary Magdalene Church is an Anglican Church that heralds from the 13th century. Renowned for its large size in the surrounding low-lying landscape, the Grade I listed building it is commonly known as the Cathedral of the Fens. Dedicated to St Mary Magdalene it was considerably restored in 1...

Lincoln Moorlands Railway FC, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Lincoln Moorlands Railway FC, Lincoln

Lincoln Moorlands Railway FC is a non-league football club sharing the historic city of Lincoln with Lincoln United and Lincoln City. The stadium is compact and family friendly with three small stands, two of which have seating and one of which is wheelchair friendly. There is plenty of open-air...

Gedney Hill Mill, Gedney, Lincolnshire

Gedney Hill Mill, Gedney

Gedney Hill Mill is a Grade II listed 19th century building. Constructed of red brick with a flat roof it stand six storeys high with slight plinth. The village of Gedney Hill is a civil parish in the district of South Holland, close to the Cambridgeshire border 9 miles (14 km) south-east fr...

Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church, Sleaford, Lincolnshire

Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church, Sleaford

Our Lady Of Good Counsel is a popular Catholic Church located off the high street in Sleaford. A traditional red brick exterior masks a quite beautiful and breathtaking interior. Full details on Mass, Confession and Reconciliation can be obtained direct from the website linked below. A pay...

University Of Lincoln, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

University Of Lincoln, Lincoln

The University of Lincoln has origins tracing back to the late 19th century and developed through the years by merging with surrounding educational institutions. It attained university status in 1992 and was known as the University of Humberside until 1996 and the University of Lincolnshire and H...

Deeping Rangers FC, Market Deeping, Lincolnshire

Deeping Rangers FC, Market Deeping

Deeping Rangers is a non-league football club based in Market Deeping. Established in 1964 they originally played at Maxey Road until 1982. Principal local rival is Bourne Town FC, only seven miles away. In 2006, Rangers reached the final of the Lincolnshire Senior Cup 'A' for the first t...

Tupholme Abbey Ruins, Bardney, Lincolnshire

Tupholme Abbey Ruins, Bardney

Now ruins, Tupholme Abbey is one of only a few with standing remains of the original monastic buildings in addition to the archaeological remains below ground. The Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire purchased this site in 1988 and is preserving this ancient monument for future generations. The sur...

Hussey Tower, Boston, Lincolnshire

Hussey Tower, Boston

Constructed during the mid 15th century, Hussey Tower was once part of a grand home, and belonged to Sir John Hussey, a member of the court of Henry VIII. Built from hand made red bricks - fashioned from clay - it stood during the age when Boston was the wealthiest port in England, second only to...

St Clements Church, Skegness, Lincolnshire

St Clements Church, Skegness

A warm welcome awaits you at St Clements Church. There is a regular congregation of between 20 and 30 people and worship is led by one of the ordained clergy, when there is a full service of Holy Communion, or by two Lay Ministry Team, when there is a service of Holy Communion by Extension. Th...