The spire of All Saints soars above a round of trees in the open country of the Wolds, visible for miles around. As you reach All Saints on foot down a green lane, you might expect a rustic church - in fact, the building is an example of ecclesiastical elegance. It was built in 1840, modelled on the church of St James in nearby Louth. Inside, the church is solid and welcoming. There are handsome pews, a timber roof, and several memorials to Lincolnshire people.
Opening Times 2-3 September