Abbeys, Churches & Priories in Lincolnshire

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St Leonard's Church, Chapel St Leonards, Lincolnshire

St Leonard's Church, Chapel St Leonards

St Leonard's was erected in 1794 from the material of the former church at this location. Though it was still standing at the time, it was in ruins.

Church of St Mary and St Nicolas, Spalding, Lincolnshire

Church of St Mary and St Nicolas, Spalding

St Mary and St Nicolas is in the historic parish of Spalding.With strong French and Norman influence, work commenced on this medieval building in 1284 and was completed during the early years of the following century. Cruciform in shape, with an aisled nave and six bays, aisled transepts of two bays...

St Luke's Church, Stickney, Lincolnshire

St Luke's Church, Stickney

The 13th century Anglican parish Church is dedicated to Saint Luke and is a Grade II listed building.During the mid 19th century a new chancel was built and several years later the rest of the building was restored. Nearing the end of the century the tower was partly pulled down but was rebuilt by t...

St Laurence's Church, Surfleet, Lincolnshire

St Laurence's Church, Surfleet

Surfleet is a small village and civil parish in the South Holland district of the county. It is part of the Lincolnshire fens, on the B1356 road, 3 miles (4.8 km) north from Spalding.The church is a Grade I listed building and is dedicated to Saint Laurence. It was built during the 13th century and...

Church of St Mary the Virgin, Swineshead, Lincolnshire

Church of St Mary the Virgin, Swineshead

An impressive, 14th century stone church with a striking 160ft spire that dominates the skyline. A Grade I listed building, the Chancel was rebuilt in the mid 19th century and the south aisle altar slab is presumed to predate the church. Further modernisation include east facing stained windows and...

St Mary's Church, Tetford, Lincolnshire

St Mary's Church, Tetford

Situated on the corner of Church Lane and East Road. This 14th Century church replaced an earlier church on the site. You'll see a Tower with battlements, crocketed finials and grotesque gargoyles.

Church of St Michael & Our Lady, Wragby, Lincolnshire

Church of St Michael & Our Lady, Wragby

A Grade II listed building, The Church of St Michael & Our Lady is found in Wragby, a small town and civil parish in the East Lindsey district of the county.The building was dismantled in the early 19th century when a new church was established closer to the modern village centre.The brick-built cha...

Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln

Originally a church founded in the 950s to help evangelise the area.Begun in 1072 on the orders of William The Conqueror and a masterpiece of English Gothic architecture. Most of the building was completed in the thirteenth century.It's believed that Lincoln Cathedral was the tallest building in the...

St Peter's Church, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

St Peter's Church, Lincoln

The first church on the site was a Saxon one, built in the 11th Century, and was one of forty-nine churches in Lincoln at the time.Badly damaged during the bloody 17th century Civil War conflict it became almost a ruin and, a century later, the church was pulled down.A new one was constructed, thoug...

St Michael's & All Angels Church, Edenham, Lincolnshire

St Michael's & All Angels Church, Edenham

The church seats 450+ people and the tower is reputed to have been built in the reign of Henry VI. You'll find cedar trees growing in the churchyard and one in particular that hangs over the main road is reputed to be over 150 years old.

St Michael's Church, Coningsby, Lincolnshire

St Michael's Church, Coningsby

The one handed clock is 16.5 feet in diameter and is the largest single handed clock in the world. Some portions of the church are of Norman origin.

St Andrew's Church, Halton Holegate, Lincolnshire

St Andrew's Church, Halton Holegate

Halton Holegate is a lovely village in the East Lindsey district of the county, situated on the outskirts of the Wolds, 1 mile (1.6 km) east of Spilsby.St Andrew's Anglican church is a Grade II listed building, heralding from the 14th-15th century and seats nearly 250 parishioners. Chiefly Perpendic...

St Andrew's Church, Folkingham, Lincolnshire

St Andrew's Church, Folkingham

The Church of St Andrew is a Grade I listed Anglican church.Work commenced in the late 12th century and the building was largely completed by the late 15th century. Restorations were carried out throughout the 19th century.It features decorated style arcades and a mainly early English chancel, with...

All Saints Church, Moulton, Lincolnshire

All Saints Church, Moulton

Locally known as "Queen Of The Fens", All Saints' Church was built circa 1180, the 60-70 year work instigated by Prior John of Spalding.The building was heavily restored in the late 19th century by William Smith and the church also has a rood screen dating from around 1425.The village of Moulton is...

St Deny's Church, Sleaford, Lincolnshire

St Deny's Church, Sleaford

St Denys' is open from 09.00 until dusk for anybody who wishes just to come and spend some time in reflection. A Grade I listed building, bordered by local shops and a small marketplace, it is reknown for having one of the oldest stone broach spires in England and an altar rail designed by Si...