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St Gilbert & St Hugh

St Gilbert & St Hugh

Only by appointment. Please ring the Vicarage on 01775 840694.

Gosberton Clough, Lincolnshire | PE11 4JW

A lovely building dating from the early 1900s in a small Lincolnshire village.

All Saints

All Saints

Open on Sundays, April to November.

Wilksby, Lincolnshire | PE22 7PB

There has been a building on the site since 1230, when Simon de Tynton was presented by William de Lisures to be the first Rector.

All Saints

All Saints

The church is open everyday in summer: 9am to 5pm and in winter: 9am to 4pm.

Holbeach, Lincolnshire | PE12 7LL

Built in the mid 14th century, All Saints is a handsome building with a sturdy tower and tall spire.

St Helen

St Helen

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

West Keal, Lincolnshire | PE23 4BJ

A place of worship has stood on the site for 900 years although the present building, built of local greenstone, is mainly 14th century.

St Mary

St Mary

Open daily, dawn to dusk.

Kirkby on Bain, Lincolnshire | LN10 6YW

Close to the River Bain, a church has been on this site for about 900 years.

St Mary

Open during daylight hours.

Whaplode, Lincolnshire | PE12 6TA

As at Long Sutton, the tower here almost stands aside from the main body of the church.

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St Helen

St Helen

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East Keal, Lincolnshire | PE23 4AT

Sited in the pretty village of East Keal on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds, St Helen's still retains its medieval charm.

St Peter & St Paul

St Peter & St Paul

Normally open for visitors during daylight hours. Please sign the guest book.

Old Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire | PE23 4HF

St Peter & St Paul isfirst mentioned in the Domesday Book and is primarily 14th century, restored by James Fowler in 1866 and 1889.

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