St Benedict's church dates from the early 12th century. With its light-filled simplicity it is steeped in history. Here you will find many interesting features that show the development of a Lincolnshire church over time. The Royal Arms of Charles I is painted on boards, along with biblical text on the medieval structure that forms the belfry. The church was declared redundant in 1977 and is now used for the benefit of the village for meetings and social events.
Picture Credit David Hitchborne