Winthorpe Church, Lincolnshire

Winthorpe Church now seems a little isolated in its rather harsh location on the northern edges of Skegness, but it was once its own separate parish when the town it now borders was little more than a fishing village.

There is evidence of 12th Century structures at the Church, but the majority falls within that usual church building period of the 14th and 15th Centuries. All of which appears to have been restored very heavily in the Victorian period, although we have been unable to find any specific dates, the church clearly shows the somewhat heavy hand of the Victorian restorers.

Photo - Andrew J. Müller

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