Stewton, St Andrew

Stewton, St Andrew*

The church of St Andrew’s is a late Saxon/early Norman building.  It is in a lonely setting two miles east of Louth.  It consists of a chancel, nave, vestry, west porch and bellcote containing one bell.  The Norman chancel arch is a very early example, and a beautiful neo-Norman wheel window is in the west end of the nave. A Saxon window cut from a single piece of stone on the south side of the nave.  Beautiful, peaceful and tranquil.


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

Postcode: LN11 8SF

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