St Peter and St Paul, Church Lane
St Peter and St Paul, Church Lane, Glentham, Lincolnshire LN8 2EL View on map
Grade I listed and originating from the 13th century with later additions and alterations. Tower dates from 1756. Interior has stained glass window of 1915 by Christopher Whall and a splendid open carved pulpit of 1918. Monuments and brasses to the Tourney family. Set within a niche over the south porch is an image of Pieta holding the dead Christ. At the west of the church is a mutilated 14th century brass effigy of a female previously known as "Molly Grime" which was up to 1832, washed every Good Friday by seven old maids.
2 May - 7 September: Friday - Sunday 10am - 6pm. A list in the porch shows the details of two key holders who live adjacent to the church, on the occasions the church is locked
- Is part of Ride and Stride
Approximately 200 yards off junction with A631 and adjacent to Bishop Norton Road, the main road through the village. Rail: Market Rasen (7 miles). Bus: Nos A370 and 371 (Gainsborough to Market Rasen).
Additional roadside parking.
- Wheelchair access: Partial
- Disabled Toilets: No
- Assistance dogs: Yes