St Nicholas Church, Addlethorpe, Lincolnshire

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In 2016 we had a long week-end in Lincolnshire, and I’ve come across a few photos of churches that I haven’t posted, so I have a feeling a few Lincolnshire churches will be posted quite soon, before they get too out of date.  Unfortunately the church of St Nicholas in Addlethrope was closed, it was late in day.  Reading up on the church, I will have to return, as they have an angel roof, also the church is grade 1 listed, and there is plenty to see.

Some info……Dedicated to St. Nicholas, the church is a splendid example of medieval architecture in the Perpendicular style, being built between 1360 and 1420 and Grade 1 listed. The interior retains much of its original woodwork and fittings including the “Angel Roof”.

12 Replies to “St Nicholas Church, Addlethorpe, Lincolnshire”

  1. That is a very interesting church. That angel on the corner is carrying a very heavy load. Don’t think I’ve seen anything quite like that before. Can’t wait to see the inside! 🙂

  2. Visited this weekend, when a flag was flying on the tower and the bells were ringing so knew it would be open – there was a festival going on. The church is magnificent, all the woodwork inside is original and dates from the 1400s.

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