Grade II* listed parish church dedicated to Saint Benedict, standing in a pretty churchyard. Connections to Gunby Hall and Chapel. The chancel east window has fine early 20th century stained glass to commemorate Margaret Massingberd d. 1906, of Gunby Hall. Photo by Josh Holmes
St Margaret’s is built of local greenstone and has stood in the village since 1407. George Clayton Tennyson, father of Poet Laureate Alfred, Lord Tennyson, was rector from 1806 till his death in 1831. George is buried in the churchyard in nearby Somersby. Various Tennyson-related artefacts and interpretation boards are present. Photo by Josh Holmes
The church was built in 1747, with some later work in the 19th century. This little church is built of stone and brick and is Grade II listed, standing opposite Aswardby Hall, surrounded by trees. Photo by Josh Holmes
A beautifully English Victorian church nestling in parklands alongside Dalby Hall in the Lincolnshire Wolds. The church contains two monuments to the Llandon family who lived in Dalby in the 17th century. Photo by D Hitchborne
Sitting atop the hill, this 14th century church commands wonderful views in a peaceful setting. It is not known when a church was first built on this site, but records go back as far as William the Conqueror. A mention of a church is also made in the Domesday book. Photo by C King
Occupying a prominent position at the crossroads to the town, one cannot fail to be impressed with St James' Church, with its memorial to the explorer Sir John Franklin, who was born in the town. Photo by Josh Holmes
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