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St Andrew, Sleaford Road

St Andrew, Sleaford Road, Cranwell, Lincolnshire NG34 8DD View on map

Grade I listed church, one of the oldest in Lincolnshire. Cranwell was in existence when King Canute invaded through the Humber and became a "war prize" granted to Ulf, one of King Canute's generals. Little remains of the early Saxon church, but the Norse Viking gravestones now displayed in the church stem from that time and there is a fine arcade of Norman arches.


Opening Arrangements

All year: Monday to Saturday 9am - 4pm, Sunday 10.30am - 4pm


A17 north west of Sleaford on the B1429 in the centre of the village. Rail: Sleaford ( 5.5 miles). Bus: no. 635 (Sleaford to Cranwell) - times subject to change

Parking Spaces


Additional car parking at the village hall

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes