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Chapel St.Leonards 4/5

The parish church at Chapel St.Leonards is, as the name suggests, dedicated to St Leonard and began as a chapel of ease to the main church at nearby Mumby. It was established in the medieval period and rebuilt after flood damage in 1572. The unique feature of the church is its red-tiled tower, the only one in Lincolnshire. It is not positioned well in among the trees and this was about the only picture I could get, but at least you can see the red-tiled tower.

Chapel St.Leonards 4/5

The parish church at Chapel St.Leonards is, as the name suggests, dedicated to St Leonard and began as a chapel of ease to the main church at nearby Mumby. It was established in the medieval period and rebuilt after flood damage in 1572. The unique feature of the church is its red-tiled tower, the only one in Lincolnshire. It is not positioned well in among the trees and this was about the only picture I could get, but at least you can see the red-tiled tower.

comments (5)

  • Martine
  • France
  • 25 May 2017, 00:13
J'aime beaucoup la forme de cette chapelle.
  • Ray
  • Not in United States
  • 25 May 2017, 00:31
It is a bit of an architectural mess, Brian, but splendidly so.
You certainly do show it off, though. I imagine the position is wonderful for strolling around it though!
  • Chris
  • England
  • 25 May 2017, 05:57
That red tiling is quite distinctive Brian
It appears to sit comfortably in its location.

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