Abbeys, Churches & Priories in Lincolnshire

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St Mary's Church, Hogsthorpe, Lincolnshire

St Mary's Church, Hogsthorpe

The church of St Marys was built in the 12th century, a typical early English style of limestone and greenstone, and is now a Grade I Listed Building.Its tower is 12th century but the font is 15th century and the pulpit dates from the early 18th century. The church was restored in the mid 19th centu...

The Priory of St Leonard, Stamford, Lincolnshire

The Priory of St Leonard, Stamford

12th century priory ruins founded by the Benedictines of Durham Abbey. The existing priory building dates from about 1090, and the impressive West Front was constructed about 1150.One school of thought suggests that it was built upon the site of the monastery founded by St. Wilfrid in 658. If true,...

St George's Church, Stamford, Lincolnshire

St George's Church, Stamford

St George's is of very early origin, possibly being mentioned in the Domesday Book.The church was rebuilt in the 17th century.

St John's Church, Stamford, Lincolnshire

St John's Church, Stamford

Founded sometime in the 12th century and rebuilt c1451. It now has a 15th century exterior which belies the main feature within.Rows of wooden angels with extended wings line the nave and chancel roof.

St Martin's Church, Stamford, Lincolnshire

St Martin's Church, Stamford

St. Martin's was founded c1146 but due to deterioration was entirely rebuilt during the second half of the 15th century. Little has been altered since.The church houses the tombs of the Cecil family of Burghley House. Also, Daniel Lambert, the biggest man in England during the Georgian period is bur...

Church of St Mary & St Augustine, Stamford, Lincolnshire

Church of St Mary & St Augustine, Stamford

In 1861, planes were drawn up to build a new church in Stamford.The Dolphin pub on Broad Street came on the market, and was bought for £1000, and in 1863 the work on the church began.

St Mary's Church, Stamford, Lincolnshire

St Mary's Church, Stamford

The "Mother Church" as it is sometimes called is noticeable for its large broach spire. The earliest parts of the church date from the late 12th century, but the tower is early 13th century.A broach spire is a tall pyramidal or conical structure usually on the top of a tower or a turret. It starts o...

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

St Peter & St Paul's Church, Ingoldmells

Ingoldmells is a coastal village, civil parish and seaside resort in the East Lindsey district of the county.The medieval church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul is a Grade I listed building and dates from the 13th century.The chancel was demolished in the early 18th century but it was more than a 150...

All Saints Church, Irby in the Marsh, Lincolnshire

All Saints Church, Irby in the Marsh

A quaint grade II listed Anglican parish church dedicated to All Saints with seating for nearly 100 parishoners.A delightful building, medieval in origin, it is constructed in greenstone and brick, and was re-detailed in 1770 and restored during 1886.

St John the Evangelist Church, Grantham, Lincolnshire

St John the Evangelist Church, Grantham

Victorian church built in the mid nineteenth century seating approximately 1100 people. The church has been restored on several occassions the first being 1883-4.

St Peter's Church, New Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire

St Peter's Church, New Bolingbroke

New Bolingbroke is a village in the East Lindsey district of the county.St Peter's Church is a Grade II listed building and was constructed during the earily-mid 19th century by Samuel Sanders Teulon. The building is red brick with some blue brick and ashlar dressings. It has plain and fish scale ti...

Crowland Abbey, Crowland, Lincolnshire

Crowland Abbey, Crowland

Crowland Abbey, once part of a Benedictine Abbey, has stood in Crowland since as early as the 8th century, dedicated to Saint Mary the Virgin, Saint Bartholomew and Saint Guthlac. Guthlac the monk lived the life of a hermit at Crowland (also known as Croyland) during the late 7th century and early 8...

St Andrew's Church, Asgarby, Lincolnshire

St Andrew's Church, Asgarby

Asgarby is a hamlet in the civil parish of Asgarby and Howell, in the North Kesteven district of of the county. It lies on the A17 Boston to Newark road, east of Sleaford and 2 miles west of Heckington.Surrounded by fields, the Anglican stone church is dedicated to St Andrew and is a Grade I listed...

All Saints Church, Benington, Lincolnshire

All Saints Church, Benington

The church was listed a Grade I building in January 1967 and is now 600 years old, originating from the early Thirteenth Century.

St Andrew's Church, Boothby Graffoe, Lincolnshire

St Andrew's Church, Boothby Graffoe

The Anglican parish Church of St Andrew is a Grade II listed building and was rebuilt in the early-mid 19th century, designed by W A Nicholson. The original Church was destroyed by a hurricane in the late 17th century.Inside, the only remains of the original building is an inscribed tablet beneath t...