West Ashby Church, Lincolnshire

This impressive village church dates from an early period and retains a Norman period doorway, most of the rest of the structure is 15th Century and all was heavily restored in 1873.

The interior was refitted in the early 20th Century and there is a World War I memorial which uses the dates 1914-1919, and some interesting early 20th Century stained glass.

Photo - Andrew J. Müller

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