ALL SAINTS' CHURCH, TEALBY
A fine church standing on high ground, built in wonderful Stamford-style yellow sandstone, All Saints dates back to the Norman period but was in a state of almost continuous reconstruction during the Middle Ages and Tudor periods. It is surprising that it looks so uniform in its style.
The church has connections with the Tennyson family, who have memorials inside. On a clear day you can see Lincoln Cathedral from here.
The clock in the tower was added in 1977 to celebrate the Queens Silver Jubilee.
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