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Old St Peter

Tower only. No internal access.

Saltfleetby, Lincolnshire | LN11 7TB

Church moving is rare and the residual west tower of St Peter is all that remains of just such an exercise carried out in 1877.

St Peter

St Peter

Please contact us to arrange a visit or for details of open days.

Lusby, Lincolnshire | PE23 4JD

A delightful surpise awaits you at this fascinating 11th century church with its rust coloured greenstone walls and open Victorian bell turret.

St Philip

St Philip

Open by arrangement.

Brinkhill, Lincolnshire | LN11 8QY

The present church was built in red brick with greenstone and slate in 1857 by Maugham and Fowler and replaced the original chalk and thatch building.

St Nicholas

Open daily dawn to dusk.

Swaby, Lincolnshire | LN13 0BQ

St Nicholas is beautiful in its simplicity, letting in plenty of natural light, with a clear window behind the altar which looks out on the surrounding farmland.

St James the Less

Sorry, there are no regular opening times for this church.

Sulgrave, Northamptonshire | OX17 2RP

Built between 1327 and 1377 during the reign of Edward III, the stone carvings high on the walls of the chancel commemorate this fact as Edward looks across from the south side at his wife, Queen Phillipa, on the north.

St John the Baptist

Normally open.

Charlton, Wiltshire | SN16 7DF

The church adjoins the gates of Charlton Park.

St Mary

Open daily, dawn to dusk.

Adderbury, Oxfordshire | OX17 3LP

This splendid church is one of the greatest to be found in Oxfordshire.

Bourne URC

Bourne URC

Visitors are welcome to make appointments to visit.

Bourne, Lincolnshire | PE10 9JY

Bourne United Reformed Church is a modest building, the churchyard at the front gives the impression of it being somewhat retiring.

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