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St Peter & St Paul, Church Lane

St Peter & 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.


Opening Arrangements

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.


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: No's A370 and 371 (Gainsborough to Market Rasen).

Parking Spaces


Additional roadside parking.

Disabled Access

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