This fine Victorian church has a gallery, a rare early organ, a medieval stoup and a fascinating bell tower including 15th century bells. Fine stained glass windows depict ‘love, hope and charity’. Photo by explorechurches.org
Wragby Methodist Church celebrated its centenary in 1994, but is the third chapel on this site. The church was built in 1894 and is typical of the late 19th century / Edwardian style. Photo by explorechurches.org
A lovely village church with interesting features to be discovered including early 14th century stained glass depicting three medieval family shields of the Percy, Umfraville and Beaumont families. Photo by explorechurches.org
A local custom here is that the church gates are closed and tied with twine whilst a couple are being married in the church and untied after the groom has lifted his bride over the gates; this symbolising the beginning of a happy life together. Photo by explorechurches.org.
Tealby is well known for its connection to Alfred Lord Tennyson and the Viking Way passes near the church and many walkers take time to enjoy our rural location and to visit the church to experience its peace. Photo by explorechurches.org.
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