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CHURCH OF ST PETER

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A parish church dating from the 13th to the 15th century, with restoration by James Fowler of Louth in 1879. Its plan includes a nave with clerestory, west tower, south aisle and porch and chancel, built from a mixture of ashlar and coursed limestone rubble, with slate and lead roofing material. The 14th century west tower is built in three stages. Most of the work dates to the 14th century and later, with only small occasional architectural elements dating to the 13th century still apparent. The octagonal font belongs to the 15th century, while there are monuments dating to the early 17th century and later.

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