St Andrew's church, Scott Willoughby :: Shared Description

Grade II listed.
This is the smallest church still in use in the county of Lincolnshire. It was rebuilt in 1826 and altered twice later in the 19th century. However, its origins are much earlier. Inside the chancel arch contains a stone with Anglo Saxon interlace carving. The small nave has a single gabled bellcote and tiny chancel. The windows are simple with three lights under square heads. The door is planked with a segmental arch and keystone.
This church is contemporary, with the rebuilding of the church and box pews, pulpit and reading desk. The royal coat of arms is dated 1825, and the two painted commandment boards are of a similar date. Earlier are the 17th century altar rails in a barley sugar twist style and the medieval tub font.
(Info from Church)
by Julian P Guffogg
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TF0537 : St Andrew's church: The Ten Commandments by Bob Harvey
TF0537 : St Andrew's church: the door by Bob Harvey
TF0537 : St Andrew's church: Pulpits and box pews by Bob Harvey
TF0537 : St Andrew's church: Roof by Bob Harvey
TF0537 : St Andrew's church by Bob Harvey
TF0537 : St Andrew's church: The east Window by Bob Harvey
TF0537 : St Andrew's church: Box Pew by Bob Harvey
TF0537 : The church at Scott Willoughby by Bob Harvey
TF0537 : St Andrew's church: church and churchyard by Bob Harvey
TF0537 : St Andrew's church: Notice board by Bob Harvey
TF0537 : Monkey Puzzle Tree at Scott Willoughby by J.Hannan-Briggs
TF0537 : Interior, St Andrew's church, Scott Willoughby by J.Hannan-Briggs
TF0537 : St Andrew's church: The Font by Bob Harvey
TF0537 : St Andrew's church, Scott Willoughby by J.Hannan-Briggs
TF0537 : St Andrew's church: Chancel Arch and East Window by Bob Harvey
TF0537 : St Andrew's church by Bob Harvey
TF0537 : St Andrew's church: Loyal Crest by Bob Harvey


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Created: Tue, 1 May 2012, Updated: Tue, 1 May 2012

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