Grade I listed, dating from the 14th century. Parvis Room above the porch, which was the site of the first grammar school where Reverend Francis Marbury was schoolmaster and taught John Smith, who in 1607 became an important leader of the first permanent settlement in the New World at Jamestown, Virginia. Photo Richard Croft
A Victorian church on the edge of the Wolds with views to the coast. If you are looking for peace and quiet, this is the place - a secluded setting in the trees with no electricity or water, but a hidden delight. Photo by D Hitchborne
Genuine example of early Georgian chapel collegiate estate church (temple style) built 1733. Connections to Dashwood family. Grave of a gamekeeper, murdered by poachers - it is believed this event led to the Lincolnshire poacher song. Photo by Lincolnshire Wolds Countryside Service
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