Wood Enderby Church, Lincolnshire

This very attractive church standing just below the Wolds dates to the Norman period but is almost entirely a Victorian rebuild from 1860. There are a few 13th Century remnants inside, chiefly an arcade of three bays between the nave and the north aisle and the south wall piscina is from the earliest Norman church.

Although now almost completely Victorian in date, St. Benedict’s is still a rather handsome building and worth a quick look if you’re passing.

Photo - Andrew J. Müller

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