Burton Pedwardine Church, Lincolnshire

This tiny church stands in a tiny village that gets its name from the Pedwardine family who owned the land here, despite being based at the other end of England in Herefordshire. A Saxon, Norman and Early English church once stood here, but only a few stone fragments survive.

Sir Robert Pedwardine, builder of the equally vanished castle in the next field, built a cruciform church around 1340. Of this only the north transept has survived. The rest of the church is mainly a Victorian rebuild.

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