Ingoldmells, St Peter & St Paul

Early Norman Grade I listed with a peal of bells acknowledged as one of the finest in Lincolnshire. The first service was held in 1205 but there are indications of a much earlier church. Traces of Viking and Anglo Saxon settlements nearby. Evidence of a Roman Garrison and salt works nearby. During WWII Butlins was HMS Royal Arthur. Church has a Royal Arthus chapel with a memorial stained glass window. During the war, HMS Royal Arthur was reported by the Germans as having been sunk!

Opening Times 2-3 September
Saturday 10am-3pm
Sunday 10am-3pm

Postcode: PE25 1PW

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Photo Richard Croft
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