Hameringham, All Saints

Dating from 1200, All Saints has an original hourglass on the pulpit. The font is of particular interest as is the pointed Piscina by the doorway. The west window features a stained-glass tribute to Lieut. John Kenneth Brice Smith who died in 1915 from wounds received at the Bluff. The window has the maker’s mark of Walter Tower (a tower in the middle of a wheatsheaf). Our recently installed early C19 pipe organ will be available to play. Built by Charles Allen, son of William Allen who built the 1809 Peterborough cathedral and the 1826 Lincoln cathedral organs.

Opening times  9-10 September
Saturday 10am–4pm
Sunday 10am-4pm

Postcode: LN9 6PG

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Photographs by David Montague