Standing in a churchyard edged with trees, this beautiful Medieval church, dedicated to St.Mary, was built largely in the 14th. century. The tower is of Lincolnshire limestone built in the Perpendicular style, but the rest of the church is largely built of local ironstone. The interior was tastefully restored in the Victorian era. Sadly the church is now out of use and is looked after by the Churches Conservation Trust.
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