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St Mary, Bloxholm

St Mary, Bloxholm, Lincolnshire (no postcode) View on map

Grade I listed, typically orientated east west and constructed in local limestone, ashlar and coursed limestone rubble, with a natural stone slate roof,. Comprises south porch, nave, north and south aisles, chancel and west tower- all elements of a large church seen in this relatively small building. The arcades date from around 1300. Rib vaulted ceiling in nave and chancel, as well as other features added by General Mannes in 1812.


Opening Arrangements

Every day in June and July 7am - 7pm.


Bloxholm church is located in a field. It is signposted in the village as 'church walk'. there is a wooden gate to the south of the church for vehicular access. Rail: Ruskington: (3 miles).

Parking Spaces


In adjacent field.

Disabled Access

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