religious buildings churches cathedrals etc in Lincolnshire
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Churches & Cathedrals in Lincolnshire

Heritage sites also including abbeys, religious monuments in Lincolnshire...





Lincolnshire Cathedrals, Historic Churches, Abbeys

Boston of the Fenlands and Its Stump

Boston Stump - Photo © Martin Clark
Boston Stump -
Photo: Martin Clark CCL

 

The original Boston, from whence the Pilgrim Fathers came and where they were put on trial and eventually imprisoned for a year or so, is located in the Lincolnshire Fens on the banks of the River Witham.




This Boston has a history that harks back to the Dark Ages. More...

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Lincoln Cathedral

The Chapter Clerk, 4 Priorygate, Lincoln, LN2 1PL
Tel: 01522 544544     E-mail: visitors@lincolncathedral.com

Lincoln Cathedral built in medieval times, incorporating Romanesque architecture from 1072. The cathedral dominates the landscape of Lincoln and can be seen from approximately 20 miles in every direction.

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Monksthorpe Chapel

Gunby Hall Estate, Monksthorpe, nr Spilsby, Lincolnshire, PE23 5PP
Tel: 01909 486411     E-mail: monksthorpe@nationaltrust.org.uk

Late 17th-century Baptist chapel. Resembling a brick barn, this remote chapel with outdoor baptistery was used by local Baptists as a secluded place of worship and is one of the two best surviving examples in England. It was substantially altered to its present appearance in the early 19th century.

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The Parish Church of St. Mary the Virgin

Barton-upon-Humber, Nr Humber Bridge
Tel: 01652 632202     E-mail: Davidrowett@aol.com

Parts of St. Mary's date back from as early as the 12th century, with additional work being carried out throughout the centuries that followed, as history took its toll on the building.

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St Hugh's

Old Brumby, Scunthorpe
E-mail: Brigade4325@ntlworld.com

The church is usually open for private prayer and quiet.  Sunday to Friday 8.00 a.m. till dusk.

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Barlings Abbey

Tel: 01529 461499
E-mail: info@lincsheritage.org

The ruins of Barlings Abbey lie seven miles east of Lincoln on the west bank of the Barlings Eau, a tributary of the River Witham.

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Bardney Abbey

Tel: 01529 461499
E-mail: info@lincsheritage.org

The village of Bardney can be found approximately nine miles east of Lincoln on the bank of the River Witham.

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Tupholme Abbey

Tel: 01529 461499
E-mail: info@lincsheritage.org

"The name 'Tupholme' has ancient origins. The first part, 'Tup' is a country word for sheep, and 'holme' comes from the Saxon word for island, or raised piece of ground."

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The Churches Conservation Trust

E-mail: central@tcct.org.uk

Organisation dedicated to the preservation of England's Churches. Here you will find a handy search facility to locate Churches in the area you plan to visit.

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