Grimoldby, St Edith

Grimoldby, St Edith*
Historical interests are the external stone carved gargoyles, nine hand carved oak internal roof angels (eight angels now being conserved), lower remains of the rood screen, three 15th century bells with remains of medieval bell frame, remains of early wooden threshing line sleeve to main roof beam in nave.
The north churchyard contains a Saxon cross and Great War memorial. Artistic and archaeological features include numerous medieval and later graffiti to door jambs and columns. Faint signs of medieval painting to two nave arches and a column with potential and yet unfound additional medieval painting.

Opening times:
Saturday 10am-4pm
Sunday 12 noon-4pm

Postcode: LN11 8SW

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