St Cuthbert, Thorpe Lane

St Cuthbert, Thorpe Lane, Brattleby, Lincolnshire LN1 2SQ View on map

Small church with Norman features, a striking 12th century tower and arches, fascinating glass and memorials and evidence of early wall paintings. The tower contains three bells which chime the time, two cast in 1450 and the third from 1650. The idyllic churchyard with lawns and trees contains the stump of an important Saxon Cross in its original position. A church has stood on this site for 1000 years. The current church has been subject to four documented restorations, 1450, 1778, 1858 and finally in 2013, at a cost of £130,00 funded by English Heritage.


  • Grant Recipient

    Brattleby PCC
  • Contact for access

    Mrs Pauline Organ

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