St Paul’s Church, Holbeach Road, Fulney, Spalding, Lincolnshire: Survey and Analysis

Author(s): John Minnis

St Paul’s church, together with its school and vicarage, was built in 1877-80 to the designs of Sir George Gilbert Scott. The role of its benefactor, Charlotte Charinton, and that of the Vicar of Spalding, Canon Edward Moore, who instigated a major church building and restoration programme within the town, is examined and the significance of the buildings considered in relation to that of other work by Scott.

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