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CHURCH OF ST NICHOLAS

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12th-16th and 18th century parish church, restored 1865 and 1887. Limestone and ironstone coursed rubble, ashlar, plain tiled and lead roofs. West tower, nave, chancel, south porch. A Norman window survives to the west and the arcades and north doorway date to the early 13th century. The chancel is of circa 1300 and 14th century decoration can be seen in the east wall as well as an effigy of a priest dating to a similar time.
The church is situated within locally designated areas: Lincolnshire Joint Character Area 47and Natural Area 38.

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